One for all

One for all

Jesus’ hands are never tied

Jesus’ hands are never tied

Cleansed once and for all

Cleansed once and for all

Painted into the picture
Confessions of faith: Lynne Eby

Confessions of faith: Lynne Eby


What's inside

During the Lenten season, we focus on how Jesus laid down his life for all sinners.

Joel Petermann digs into what that statement from John 10:17—“I lay down my life”—entails and also what it means for us as Christians.

Andrew Schroer reiterates the fact that Jesus made that choice to lay down his life—his hands weren’t tied.

Because of what Jesus did for us, we now want to lay down our lives in service to our Savior here on earth. More than 1,300 WELS members gathered together in Chicago in January to learn how better to live as servant leaders in our schools, churches, homes, and communities.

“My Christian life” talks about how WELS member Hilde Miller works to serve both the physical and spiritual needs in her community.

- Julie Wietzke, managing editor

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Devotions for Lent 2023
Lutheran Leadership Training Next Generation

Training the next generation of leaders

This year, for the first time, WELS high school students were specially invited to attend the WELS National Conference on Lutheran Leadership in Chicago. Sixty-one teenagers from ten area Lutheran high schools attended keynotes and breakout sessions, participated in mixers, and went to Navy Pier for an evening of teen-only fun and fellowship. One of […]

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Moments with missionaries: Craig Wilke

Lutheran Leadership attendees

Leadership conference equips members to serve

Featured ministry: WELS Foundation

Confessions of faith: Lynne Eby

Q&A: Is God fair?

Bible study: Different types of sin

Please explain: Why did God cruelly command Abraham to sacrifice his son?