This limited edition pewter ornament celebrates the 25th anniversary of Women of the ELCA and is a lovely collector’s item. Buy one for yourself and a friend. Display it in a prominent area of your home or church. The pewter ornament, with a 2-3/8 inch diameter, features the much-loved water, cross and lily from the Women of the ELCA logo and comes in a black velour drawstring pouch.
Handy Women of the ELCA folders, 9-inch by 12-inch with inside pockets on each side. Blue with Women of the ELCA logo and mission statement on front; purpose statement on back. Keep them on hand for special occasions or use them for your next meeting. $20 for pack of 25.
Making a planned gift is a powerful way to express your compassion and values. Your planned gift becomes a witness to your faith in Jesus Christ. With this brochure learn how you can make a planned gift to support any Women of the ELCA ministry about which you are passionate.
These envelopes may be used in the congregation, synod, or women's organization whenever an offering for Women of the ELCA is received. They are especially useful for Thankoffering services. Shrink-wrapped in packages of 100.
Lutherans believe the Bible is a “living word.” It continues to speak God’s word to us today, and God does not say the same thing to everyone. Bible stories often mean different things to different people. In this short series of four studies, explore some of the ways this happens and some reasons why it happens. This downloadable PDF comes with permission to reprint and use in a group setting.
Martin Luther called Paul’s letter to the Galatians “my Katie von Bora.” Paul’s conviction that we are justified (made right with God) by grace through faith in Christ is central to Luther’s theology, so it makes sense that he would think of this New Testament letter with the same intimacy and affection he felt for his wife. This four-session Bible study explores Galatians in conversation with Luther, who was a biblical scholar as well as a church reformer. This downloadable PDF comes with permission to reprint and use in a group setting.
This three-session study takes a look at the Apostles’ Creed, its history and how it and other creeds help shape our faith. This downloadable PDF comes with permission to reprint and use in a group setting.
In this four-session Bible study, we’ll discover more about the church in Philippi and its founding, the challenges it faced and the context of some of the book of Philippians' most beloved passages. We’ll also explore ways in which Philippians relates to our lives today and invites us to engage in fuller service to the world around us. This downloadable PDF comes with permission to reprint and use in a group setting.
In this three-session study, explore the stories of Jonah, the Prodigal Son and the conversion of Paul, and what it means to believe in a merciful, compassionate, slow-to-anger God. This downloadable PDF comes for permission to reprint and use in a group setting.
The Scripture teaches a rhythm and pace for life. There is an overarching theme in the Bible that time is in God’s hands. A life redeemed by God moves at the speed of redemption: day by day, moment by moment. This three-session study examines what we can learn from Scripture about the pace of our lives. This downloadable PDF comes with permission to reprint and use in a group setting.
Most of us taking part in this Bible study will never be handpicked by God to witness to “Gentiles and kings and before the people of Israel,” as was the apostle Paul. But many of us do share something with him and the other biblical and historical people we will meet in these monthly lessons. In these nine sessions, we will meet biblical characters who find themselves transformed. We will read passages from both Old and New Testaments. And we will look especially at stories from the Acts of the Apostles and insights in Paul’s letters to the Christians at Corinth and Rome. This downloadable PDF comes with permission to reprint and use in a group setting.
From beginning to end, the Bible testifies that the God who gathers is the same God who is present with us. The Gospel of Matthew adds that Jesus himself is “God with us,” and promises to be with us always, wherever two or three are gathered, even to the end of the age. Throughout nine sessions, explore some of the reasons or purposes for which we are “Gathered by God.” This downloadable PDF comes with permission to reprint and use in a group setting.
Commemorative pins in honor of the 50/40/10 anniversaries of 50 years of Lutheran women being ordained in the U.S., 40 years of women of color being ordained, and 10 years of LGBTQIA+ individuals being able to serve freely.
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