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Resources & Links
Links to Educate, Inform, and Assist
Want to know more about the resources we utilize at Good Shepherd? Maybe this will help!
KNNA-LP 95.7 FM The Cross is the partner low power radio station of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. From original programming including entertainment and Bible study shows to broadcasting our church services LIVE, KNNA is a wonderful resource for the thinking Lutheran.
Brothers of John the Steadfast creates devotionals for Lent and Advent that our church has available for you in the back of the sanctuary. Browse around this website for important theological discussions, other devotions available, including Bible study for older children and stay to learn about current events happening in our Synod.
Concerned about the direction of our Synod? Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is a member congregation of the ACELC and together with several other congregations, we are working to bring change to the Synod and return her to true Confessional Lutheranism, where what the church confesses and what she does in practice match. Yearly conferences are hosted at different churches, with the last being right here at Good Shepherd in Lincoln, NE. Resources found on the ACELC site include the office of woman in the church, best communion practices, and resources about the creation vs. evolution debate.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is a member congregation of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The LCMS has resources on their page for missions, education, Bible study, stewardship and more. Find resources on social issues like domestic abuse and human trafficking and life issues like abortion. Keep up on current events in the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod!
Looking for a Christian resource on current issues such as politics, social issues, and Christian living in a secular world? Look no further. Issues, Etc., streamed live on KNNA Monday through Friday starting at 3:05 pm, Issues, Etc. is hosted by Pastor Todd Wilken, a current LCMS pastor. Containing searchable podcasts of previous shows, the Issues, Etc. website is a valuable resource.