The Book of Concord/The Lutheran Confessions Online : This website contains the text of the Book of Concord. This "book" is a collection of creeds that Lutherans confess and believe. This is a great website if you're looking for information about what Lutherans believe.
Concordia Publishing House : This website is the publishing arm of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Books, music, worship, downloadable resources, etc. may be purchased there.
Concordia Seminary : The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod has two seminaries, preparing missionaries, deaconesses, and pastors for service to the Lord and His church. This link will take you to the website of our seminary located in St. Louis, MO.
Concordia Theological Seminary : The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod has two seminaries, preparing missionaries, deaconesses, and pastors for service to the Lord and His church. This link will take you to the website of our seminary located in Fort Waytne, IN.
Issues, Etc. : This website offers streaming audio or on-demand listening for those desiring Christ-centered, cross-focused radio programming. This is a valuable resource for education and for equipping you to engage the culture.
Higher Things : This is a Recognized Service Organization of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod that seeks to assist parents, congregations, and pastors in cultivating and promoting a Lutheran identity among youth through conferences, retreats, publications, and the internet.
Liturgy Solutions : An interesting web-resource for music. They seek to nurture faith in people’s hearts, believing that the best way for music to serve the Gospel is for it to serve the Lord’s ministry of Word and Sacrament in the Divine Service. Thus, they provide music--mostly choral, but some solo and instrumental--that works well with the liturgy, psalmody, and hymnody of the Church.
Luther Academy : The Luther Academy promotes genuine, confessional Lutheran theology and research through conferences, scholarly exchanges, and publications that assist the church both to preserve and to proclaim to the world the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the only saving faith. The Luther Academt produces the journal LOGIA: A Journal of Lutheran Theology and it is currently developing and publishing a series entitled Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics.
Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod : This link will take you to the home page of our denomination. There are a variety of links that explore mission work, what we believe, and the work of the church at large.
Lutheran Legacy : A non-profit organization that provides global access to classical works of the Lutheran and Evangelical catholic Church. Lutheran Legacy maintains an online digital database of public-domain resources for the advancement of the Christ-centered catholic faith. They also publish in-print access to classical resources and new books which relate to the historic Lutheran faith and the theological needs of the church today. (Please note: the use of the word "catholic" does not mean "Roman Catholic" but it is how the Lutheran church worldwide understands itself as in keeping with the true faith of the church throughout history.)
Lutheran Service Book : This is the most current hymnal in use in our church body. This link contains much information about this hymnal. If you'd like to hear some of the music from this hymnal, please visit the tab "What to Expect" and follow the link listed there.
Men's Network : A service of Lutheran Hour Ministries that is an active, web-based, Christ-centered online community featuring thought-provoking video-based Bible Studies.
Project Wittenberg : Project Wittenberg is home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans. Here you will find all manner of texts from short quotations to commentaries, hymns to statements of faith, theological treatises to biographies, and links to other places where words and images from the history of Lutheranism live. Project Wittenberg is the first step towards an international electronic library of Lutheranism.
The Reformation : This link will give you information about the history of the reformation.
Today in LCMS History : This link will give you information about what has occurred with respect to Lutheran history on this date.
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