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News Canadian Lutherans can use — beyond the ELCIC. Many Canadian Lutheran congregations are reconsidering their association with the ELCIC and helpful information may be found here . . .
Join with Pastor Paul Owens of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in New Braunfels, Texas as he provides Daily Devotions Monday through Thursday each and every week.
The Clergy Connect facility founded by WordAlone is now being operated by Lutheran CORE. Clicking on the link(s) to this page will now bring you to the appropriate page on the Lutheran CORE website.
Need some directions? Seeking advice and counsel? Check out our "Leaving Series!" In it we have collected testimonials and case studies you may, hopefully, find quite useful as you discern your Lutheran futures.
Left the ELCA? Looking to start anew? Need advice and counsel? Check out our "Starting Over Series!" In it you will find case studies of real people in real congregations who found themselves on the "other" side of the voting process and were, through bound conscience, forced to "move on."
During its lifetime of 10+ years, WordAlone Network became literally a large repository of knowledge pertaining to Christianity, Lutheranism, reformation, renewal, and numerous other areas of study. A vast array of highly respected theologians, pastors, and laity contributed mightily to the efforts of WordAlone in its quest to reform and renew the ELCA. These documents are retained in this website for your use.
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