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Books of the Bible Study Questions: Exodus

For a book about wandering in a desert for forty years, the Book of Exodus sure has a lot of excitement.

Devotion Remembering Martin Luther and His Marriage to Katie

While we remember Martin Luther as a bold theologian, we also remember him as a tender husband and father in his family.

Devotion about Resurrection for the Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany

Today we hear from Luther about the Epistle, specifically verse 20.

Devotion about Christian Freedom from Philipp Melanchthon

Our devotional reading on the commemoration of Philipp Melanchthon comes from an essay Melanchthon himself wrote about Christian liberty.

Devotion on Philemon and Onesimus

Today we consider Paul’s Letter to Philemon about Philemon’s conflict with his slave Onesimus, who had run away. Paul encourages Philemon to reconcile with Onesimus because God has forgiven our sin and reconciled us to Himself.

Valentine, Martyr

Ever wondered how Valentine’s Day came about? It actually started off as the remembrance of a Christian martyr named Valentine. Gradually, it developed into the secular holiday we know today. In the theme of love, our devotion today discusses the truest, deepest love possible: God’s love.

Aquila, Priscilla, Apollos

Aquila and Priscilla were a husband and wife in the Early Church. When they heard Apollos speak about the baptism of John, they taught him the rest of the story: about Jesus’ incarnation, death, and resurrection.

Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

We take a closer look at today’s Old Testament Reading, Isaiah 6:1–13.

In Christ, You Are Enough

There is big lie that Satan works hard to get you to believe. He wants you to think that you are not enough. He wants you to see those around you and what they are doing and compare yourself, your life, your family, your friends, and your job to them. The more aspects of your life that he can convince you to scrutinize, the better. The start of a new year is an especially easy time to make this lie seem real. Before you even realize it, a well-intentioned New Year's resolution, for example, can become a toxic reminder of who you are not.

Winning Teachers: National Lutheran Schools Week 2019

We value all teachers who give of their time, their talents, and their hearts to educate others, and we especially give thanks for teachers who share God’s Word with their students. Last week, we asked you to nominate a Lutheran school teacher who has made an impact on your life for a chance to win him or her a CPH gift card. Here’s what you had to say about these hardworking, generous, caring servants of God.