Together Newsletter
WELS Together Newsletter:
» 2018 assignments at Martin Luther College
The synod’s Assignment Committee met at Martin Luther College, New Ulm, Minn., last week to assign candidates for the teaching and staff ministry. In total, 136 men and women were called by assignment to their various places of service. In addition, one staff minister candidate was assigned. View the assignment list. All candidates able to Continued.
» Staff ministers “Continue in Christ” at 2018 conference
From April 26–28, Cross of Christ, Boise, Idaho, hosted the 2018 Staff Ministers Conference. Each year staff ministers travel from churches, schools, and parasynodicals around the country for a weekend of learning and fellowship. This year’s conference featured the theme “Continue in Christ,” based on the words of Colossians 2:6, “So then, just as you Continued.
» A PTSD retreat
“My veteran buddy and I meet once a week. Each time we walk away with the same assignments: I am responsible for seeing to it that he stays alive for a week; and he is to make sure I am still among the living seven days from now.” The words don’t seem so strange when Continued.
» Changes at Northwestern Publishing House
Last week Northwestern Publishing House (NPH) announced that it will be closing its Milwaukee retail store in October. While it’s sad to say goodbye to this brick and mortar store that served thousands of WELS members over the years, we can be thankful that the scripturally sound books and church resources will still be available Continued.
» Report to the Twelve Districts available online
The 2018 Report to the Twelve Districts is now available online. Each WELS congregation and male called worker will receive one printed copy at the end of May. Report to the Twelve Districts contains current information from WELS areas of ministry and committees that help guide district convention delegates. To streamline the printed book, the Continued.
For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. ~ Romans 6:23