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More LCMS Resources

Let’s see. I said I’d try to do a week long series on congregational resources. Of course, I didn’t actually plan it out! So let’s see what I’ve come up with for today as far as more LCMS resources out there.

(Don’t doubt me. I can TOTALLY get a week out of all this great stuff!)

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LCMS Foundation

Do you know that the LCMS has something called the LCMS Foundation? Obviously, there’s a theological & Scriptural foundation. That’s not what I’m talking about. There is an actual investment corporation of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod that exists to help congregations with long term investments!

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Lutheran Audio Review

Lutheran author Jordon (J.L.) Vaughan has come up with a brilliant idea and service! Lutheran Audio Review is a website that reviews and links podcasts hosted by “pastors, members & partners of the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.”

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Kloria’s Two New Reformation Books

I got a press release from Kloria Publishing about Kloria’s two new Reformation books:  A Mighty Fortress is Our God and Lord, Keep Us Steadfast in Your WordI’ve written about Kloria and their previous release, God’s Own Child, I Gladly Say Itand I’m thrilled to say the excerpts of these illustrated hymn texts look just as good!

 

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St. Polycarp Update

I’m always happy to spread news from Lutheran writers and publishing houses. Today’s post offers us a Rev. Aaron Simms and St. Polycarp update.

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