We recommend the following websites and resources for information and inspiration. Just click the underlined titles:
Lutheran Hour Ministries: find resources daily devotions, as well as the weekly Lutheran Hour message by speaker, the Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler
KFUO Radio: KFUO Radio, a media ministry extension of LCMS congregations, shares Christ for you anytime, anywhere on KFUO.org via worship services, Bible and theology studies, practical talk programs, and sacred music.
Kim Marxhausen Parenting Blog:Dr. Kim Marxhausen, a Lutheran school teacher with a PhD in Educational Psychology, and also a part-time staff person with Faith Lutheran Church, Lincoln, NE, the University of Nebraska/Lincoln, and Concordia University/Seward, NE presents a weekly "children's talk." In her blog archive featuring dozens of presentations, Dr. Kim incorporates cognitive learning techniques with teaching simple Biblical truths utilizing science. Her parenting blog is both informative and fun for kids and parents of all ages.
Seeds of Faith Sunday School Lessons:download a podcast of a discussion of the weekly Sunday School based on the Growing in Christ SS curriculum by Concordia Publishing House. Immanuel Sunday School is currently using the Growing in Christ New Testament 4 module
The Meyer Minute: read daily devotions/observations by Concordia Seminary President and former Lutheran Hour Speaker, Rev. Dr. Dale Meyer.
Worship Anew:Lutheran Ministries Media, Inc. produces a weekly, 30-minute Lutheran broadcast worship service called Worship Anew. Each service includes music, scripture readings, prayers, and a pastor delivering a message that is designed to feel one-on-one to the viewer. Each program is closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
Mainstreet Living: LCMS sister congregations in our South Dakota District, offer a media service, which like Worship Anew, present a weekly 30-minute Lutheran broadcast worship service. Each service includes music, scripture readings, prayers, and a pastor delivering a message that is designed to feel one-on-one to the viewer. Each program is closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.