Set to the familiar rhythm of the classic Christmas rhyme, this beautifully illustrated book guides children through the true story of Christmas.
All the sheep say “Baah!” in this fun picture book following little sheep as they watch people come to the manger for Jesus’ birth.
Jeanette L. Groth
Nurture prayer habits in your family with bright illustrations and engaging stories for elementary-age children.
Kim E. Bestian
Help young children understand the precious gift of life from their Savior with this illustrated book.
Contemporary devotions on issues today’s youth are facing, all from a variety of authors in different ages and stages of life.
A. Trevor Sutton
The world can be confusing, and that confusion can seep into the Christian faith. Clear the confusion and see Christianity by dispelling falsehoods.
Broaden your horizons to all the callings God has for you through devotions, prayer, insights, and discussion questions.
Learn what it means to be God’s daughter and a teenager. In six weeks, see how to shine in an otherwise dark world.
No matter how short you are on time, these powerful and poignant devotions let you find more time with God during your day.
Color along with Luther’s Small Catechism with Explanation (2017) as a new format to your devotional time. Each spread includes a full-page illustration, accompanying a small line from your favorite hymn, Scripture, and a portion of the Small Catechism. This coloring book is perfect for your devotion and reflection time.
Color along with Lutheran Service Book for your devotional time. Each spread includes a full-page illustration inspired by the hymn’s words on the opposite page. This coloring book is the perfect option for a new format for your devotions.
Keep your notes in one place. Pages include LSB hymns, Scripture quotes, and insights from the Lutheran Fathers.
Esther is the only book where God’s name is not stated, yet it is felt everywhere. See how God is always present in your life, even when He seems absent, in this eight-week Bible study.
Real life can be a mess. It can be anxiety-inducing. Learn that overcoming anxiety is not as simple as having enough faith. Instead, it can be a training ground for spiritual growth.
Spend four weeks reevaluating your spiritual habits and following the Holy Spirit to grow closer to Christ.
Sink into an eight-lesson study of Hosea to find God’s unfailing love for you through a story of difficulty, rejection, and patience.
Unpack promises from Psalm 46 and moments in the Gospel where Christ helps women facing personal struggles find rest, strength, help, and hope in God.
Christopher M. Kennedy
Put on the armor of God as you learn about Ephesians 6 and how God equips you to fight off the devil’s schemes every day.
R. Reed Lessing
Learn how God helps you through all of your struggles, no matter how big or small, through Jeremiah’s story.
Brokenness is weighty. But it shouldn’t be avoided. Face brokenness and find the tools to see God’s hope amid the mess of life.
Gene Edward Veith Jr.
In a culture that’s shifting to “spiritual but not religious,” come back to the roots of Lutheranism and see the teachings of Christ and His cross.
A. Trevor Sutton and Brian Smith, MD
Rethink your technological habits from a physical, mental, and spiritual perspective.
No matter your mess-up, God still loves you. See fourteen examples of God’s forgiveness in the Bible through biblical characters’ narratives and Dan’s personal stories.
Matthew C. Harrison and John T. Pless
Read about the theology of the two kingdoms and counterarguments in this collection.
Philipp Nicolai and Matthew Carver
This book, translated by Matthew Carver, is both a devotional to offer comfort during troubling moments of your life and an educational piece of Church history. Included are two of Rev. Nicolai’s hymns.
Find instruction, inspiration, and education with this collection of the Lutheran Church’s statements of faith.
Read a comprehensive, Scriptural examination by Gerhard of the new heaven and earth, along with the existence of hell.