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One word changed everything. For Mary, that one word was her name, spoken from the lips of her Savior that first Easter. Jason Strong takes us to the garden that held Jesus’ tomb, reminding us that the beauty in death is that it’s not the end. Read "It happened in a garden: Joseph of Arimathea's garden."

One word changed everything. For Paul Brug and his family, that word was “cancer.” But Brug reminds us, “Cancer can never win. Christ is risen!” Read "My Christian life: A pastor with brain cancer finds true strength."

One word changes everything. Isaac Cherney looks at the importance of the word “physical” as it relates to the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Read "Please explain: Why is the physical resurrection from the dead so important?"

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moments with missionaries April 24

Moments with missionaries: Jacob Ungemach

Where will my mission field be? As I sit in class in my last year at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, sometimes my thoughts drift toward the end of the year when I will be assigned to my first call. A place. Faces waiting. People who need to hear about Jesus. But for now, I wait. Or...
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Meeting a growing need in the community

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Caring for called workers

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Spiritually supporting those in the military


Webinars help Women’s Ministry fulfill its purpose

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News from WELS’ sister churches


My Christian life: A pastor with brain cancer finds true strength

It happened in a garden: The Garden of Gethsemane

Q&A: Why are the 40 days between Jesus’ resurrection and his ascension important for the disciples and for us?

Bible study: Different types of sin