The NALC is committed to the renewal of all our congregations, working to develop and deliver resources that challenge and open the NALC to the work of the Holy Spirit in our ministry and mission. Each month we will be hosting a free webinar based on expressed needs by NALC Leaders, for NALC Leaders. Continue reading “The Academy – June 2018”
Renewal is a church coming alive in Jesus, centering on four key elements of our identity as Lutherans; The Word; The Water; the Wheat and Wine; and our Witness. Throughout history, theologians have studied the great awakenings, revivals, and renewals seen in the church throughout the world. Continue reading “The Academy – Culture Shock”
Join us for this month’s youth and family ministry webinar next Tuesday, April 10th at 2:00 PM EST. For details or to register – FaithWebbing Webinar Registration.
Retirement can mean different things to different people. It may mean working for some, and not working for others. It may mean spending time with the grandchildren or taking trips. It may mean finally having the time to serve, or focusing on new paths and career opportunities. Continue reading “Scriptural Retirement – Serving and Sharing Jesus”
The final installment of this webinar series takes place on Tuesday, April 3rd at 11 am EST. For details, and the announcement of a new resource, please visit: Webinar Registration.
“Truth, Beauty, and the ‘True Myth’ — Thinking with the Inklings and Beyond” is the theme of the 2018 Canadian Rockies Theological Conference April 10-13 in Canmore, Alberta. Continue reading “Canadian Rockies Theological Conference”
Take advantage of some good stuff. Make sure someone in your congregation is: Continue reading “Youth and Family Ministry Update”
Renewal is a church coming alive in Jesus, centering on four key elements of our identity as Lutherans; The Word; The Water; the Wheat and Wine; and our Witness. Continue reading “The Academy”
The local congregation is “graying” at a rapid rate. Over 10,000 people each day are turning 65 years of age. Continue reading “Renewing And Reviving the Aging Church”