Slider

Slider

The Wartburg Project

In 2011, it became clear that the 1984 edition of the New International Version (NIV) of the Bible, so widely used in our synod’s congregations and publications for many years, would no longer be available.  The 2011 edition of the New International Version is a concern to many pastors who are uncomfortable with what seem to be systemic and cumulative weaknesses.  Some of these issues include the use of unwarranted gender inclusive language in certain passages and also the weak…

UPDATE ON THE EVANGELICAL HERITAGE VERSION

Recently, our WELS Northwestern Publishing House sent the pre-order information for the completed EHV (Old & New Testaments) in hard cover with a projected shipping date of July 1, 2019.  From the anonymous donation to St. Paul’s held in reserve for this, orders have been placed for distribution to our members and students and for placement on the shelves of our church and school.  Enough remains in the fund for the future ordering of EHV-based catechisms and other related materials…

95 THESES FOR 21ST CENTURY

This edition of the Together video update features the Ninety-Five Theses For the 21st Century, written by members of the Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference (CELC). The CELC comprises more than 30 Lutheran church bodies around the world, including WELS, that share fellowship. Order the book Ninety-Five Theses For the 21st Century Watch the full-length video of the reading of the Ninety-Five Theses

A FRESH TRANSLATION TO MARK THIS 500TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LUTHERAN REFORMATION

Several years ago, work began on a fresh translation of the Bible for our generation and beyond. Since then we have been updating you on the labors of The Wartburg Project. Now The Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV) New Testament & Psalms is available! (The complete Bible with the Old Testament will become available in the fall of 2019.) The EHV is available through Northwestern Publishing House. Those who visit our worship services can receive a complimentary copy. Examine this fresh…

The Evangelical Heritage Version

June 2016 Progress Report The Wartburg Project (WP) is a 501(c)(3) parasynodical organization in fellowship with WELS/ELS. We thank all who have offered prayers for this project and its participants. We thank those who have given donations. The Wartburg Project includes more than 100 participants [pastors, professors, teachers, laypeople] from ELS / WELS. By God’s grace, the Wartburg Project participants have grown by working with God’s Word. So this has become a large continuing education project. God willing, the New…

The Wartburg Project (An Update)

Publication Agreement Reached Between Northwestern Publishing House and the Wartburg Project As Northwestern Publishing House announced in a press release on March 16, Northwestern Publishing House (NPH) and the Wartburg Project have reached an agreement that NPH will be the exclusive publisher of the Bible which is being produced by the Wartburg Project (WP). Pastors are receiving a letter in the mail from NPH. The first goal, a challenging one, is to publish a promotional paperback edition of the New…

2015-2016 4K Registration Now Open!

Now is the time of year that parents are deciding what 4K program to send their children to. Christian education starts at birth and baptism through the Christian home. St. Paul’s Lutheran School partners with parents in the Christian instruction of their children. Our 4K program runs two full-days a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students will learn Bible stories and songs, learn social and cognitive skills, enjoy songs and music, and develop language skills. For more information about St.…

“Jesus Christ Is The Same Yesterday And Today And Forever.”

St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran Church 1889 – 2014 125 Years In 1889, 125 years ago, President Benjamin Harrison was in the White House. In Paris the Eifel Tower rose over the city landscape. American photographer George Eastman produced a celluloid-roll film for taking pictures. Four states were admitted to the Union: North Dakota, South Dakota, Washington and Montana. The Czars still ruled Russia. Queen Victoria still wore the crown in Great Britain and would do so for another 12 years.…

Vacation Bible School

FAMILY VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL will be held at St. Paul’s Lutheran School on June 18, 19, 20 (Tues. Wed. Thurs.), 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Sign-up sheets are in the entry to get an approximate head count. This year’s topic: “What The Bible Says About Angels: The Good, The Bad & The Unique.” Cookies and refreshments are served during the three evenings of our Family Vacation Bible School.