Naturally, a Lutheran is a follower of Martin Luther. Wrong! We are followers of Jesus Christ. Martin Luther as well as you and I are earthen vessels to carry the treasure of the Gospel to the world. Saved by the Grace of God, which is received through faith for the sake Christ. . . read more . . .
Written in Tongues.
The missionaries of the CLC devote time and resources into producing solid biblical material in a number of languages. We work with many indigenous pastors in order to translate simple but solid material into the language of the people.
Read or download "What is a Lutheran" and many other essays in your own language:
Or find other materials, including sermons studies and sunday school lessons under our Materials Page.
Many of our missionaries and mission helpers write regular journals about their travels, experience, and the spreading of God's kingdom in foreign lands, to read more about them or to read their latest articles please visit our Missionary Journals site. Here are a few of the latest titles to be posted by our missionaries.
Infomration can be found at lfk.lutheranmissions.org.
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"Did God really say?" This is the first question that Satan asked Eve bringing into question, bringing into question God's commands, God's authority, and God's love. In our day and age people do Satan's work for him trying to reclassify what is wrong into what is right or permissible. We as Christians call sin sin. Traditionally we have talked about seven deadly sins. Scripture gives us the names and definitions of what are sins. In Prov. 6:16-19 we have a list. In Gal. 5:19-21 Paul gives us a longer list. In these studies we look at what is still sin, but that the wicked world around us tries to reclassify. We look at this from the standpoint of practical applications of the morality of Scripture. And to better know sin is to see better how great is our Savior from sin. Read More . . .