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Despite the diversity of viewpoints and the complexity of the many narratives contained in the Scriptures, we believe that the story of God’s steadfast love and mercy in Jesus is the heart and center of what the Scriptures have to say.
The Book of Faith initiative was created by the ELCA and is designed with the recognition that biblical engagement is greatly enriched by the use of multiple lenses in conversation with Scripture and other people. The Book of Faith approach is centered on four ways of reading the Bible and asking questions: devotional, historical, literary and theological reading.
Toolbox for Faith is an online Confirmation curriculum that is totally free and totally for you. It’s like grace. It costs nothing. It’s written by people in the Lutheran (ELCA) tradition who actively work with youth and young adults as mentors on this journey of faith formation.
Curious about a particular book of the Bible or verse? Check out commentaries from Working Preacher, hosted by Luther Seminary.
Learn more about your spiritual gifts, access events all over the ELCA, and more.
God Pause is a daily devotion brought to you by the alumni of Luther Seminary.
There is much that we cannot control, but we can control our choices of behavior. Healthy choices includes faith practices.
Living Lutheran is your source for news, reflections and stories from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and its local and global companions. We cover religious news and social issues, congregational life, global and domestic mission, family matters, spiritual practices and resources, and more.
More than 820 million people - that's about 11 percent of people in our world today - are hungry. As a congregation of the ELCA, we are called to respond. We are a church that rolls up our sleeves and gets to work.
The ELCA is committed to visible unity among Christians as well as mutual understanding and cooperation for the common good between Christians and people of other religions and worldviews.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s story is both ancient and timely. It’s a story of a powerful and patient God who has boundless love for all people of the world. It’s a story that brings deep meaning, comfort and strength to a growing community of people who live in modern, often unsettling times.
“Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.” Philippians 4:6
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