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    Good Shepherd Lutheran Church & School
    3825 Wildbriar Lane
    Lincoln, Nebraska 68516-4502
    Church: (402) 423-7639
    School : (402) 423-7677
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  • Resources & Links

    Please use the following links for daily scripture and devotional readings…

    Here we’ve compiled articles, information, and utilities on our Web site to help you in the study of our faith. Please look around.

    For additional information on up-to-date topics, follow the links below to additional resources.

    • Lutheran Gospel Mailers
    • Article on “The Purpose Driven Life” by Pastor Wilken.

    • Please visit the following web site for some beautiful marriage, confirmation and baptismal certificates:
      http://www.agnusdeiprinting.com/

      Pastor Bloom of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lincoln, has found a way to restore pre-turn of the century certificates to their former glory.

      These beautiful certificates are available in German, as well as in English, and are a wonderful way to help capture the significance of these events in our lives.

    • A weekly column answering questions about religion, theology, and the Bible.
      “Ask the Pastor” began as a newspaper-only column and appears in the Concordian of Concordia, Missouri each Wednesday.

    • The Book of Concord contains the Lutheran Confessions.

    • A one-volume compendium of historical and theological data, ranging from ancient figures to contemporary events.

    • The Church Calendar reviews Jesus’ life, death, resurrection, and the birth of the Christian church on earth, over the course of a year.
      There are specific Scripture passages read on the particular days of the church year. Christian churches around the world follow the liturgical calendar and lectionary so that many are reading the same passages and observing the same feast days throughout the year. Even churches that do not follow the liturgical calendar most of the year observe Christmas and Easter according to the liturgical calendar, which are the main festivals of the church year.

    • A journal for the history of Lutheranism in America

    • Concordia Publishing House is the publisher of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

    • The Confessional Lutheran web page hopes to remain a clearing house of dependable, Biblical, Confessional materials and a place to come for conversation, communication, and encouragement as faithful Lutherans fight the good fight.

      Make sure you check out their Sermons and Papers section.

    • This site has over 4,500 Christ­ian hymns & Gos­pel songs from ma­ny de­nom­in­a­tions. You’ll find lyr­ics, scores, MI­DI files, pic­tures, his­to­ry, & more.

    • Frequently Asked Questions of the Lutheran Church Missouri-Synod. Make sure you look at the tool bar for subject lines.

    • Gesangbuch.org has been formed for the purpose of carrying forward the work of translation, and teaching the English speaking church of the great hymns of the Lutheran Reformation, we would like you to join us.

    • A Quarterly Journal of the Evangelical-Lutheran Liturgy.

    • Higher Things is a different sort of magazine. It’s a magazine for youth, but it’s not dumbed down theology. It’s a magazine for today, and yet it is connected to the Church of All Ages. It’s a magazine for Lutherans, but the teachings are for all who hold to the faith of Jesus Christ as contained in the Holy Scriptures.

    • LOGIA is a journal of Lutheran theology.

    • From Ev. Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton, MA. A great web site to browse through.

    • The Book of Concord on the Confess and Teach for Unity web site.

    • We are a non-profit mission organization actively involved in making confessional Lutheran materials available in the languages of the people around the world. Working with hundreds of translators, reviewers and editors, we provide the resources
      vital to the growth of the church.

      We produce books in 80 languages which are used in 72 countries including the United States, as we partner with Lutheran church bodies to meet the needs of the people.

    • These are the traditional songs of worship and praise from Lutheran Hymnals presented in midi, in mp3, in lyrics and in sheet music.

    • A site from the Rector of Saint Sophia Ukrainian Lutheran Theological Seminary in Ternopil’, Ukraine.

    • Lutheran Visuals Multi-media products with a Lutheran perspective.

    • Official publication of the LWML and convention information resource.

    • Links and publications from LFL.
      The mission of LFL is to witness to the sanctity of human life through education based on the Word of God!

    • Project Wittenberg is home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans. Here you will find all manner of texts from short quotations to commentaries, hymns to statements of faith, theological treatises to biographies, and links to other places where words and images from the history of Lutheranism live.

    • Review of the movie, “Luther” by the Rev. Paul McCain
    • A resource site for visitors, vicars, parishioners, pastors, teachers, chaplains, parents, homeschoolers, seminarians and congregations that is being used throughout the world … in the Diaspora!

    • ‘Sine Nomine’ is a non-profit group seeking to fulfill the simple mission of providing Lutheran pastors, teachers, and laity with doctrinal encouragment and appreciation, – offering opportunities to study and grow under the Word of God.
      Led by Rev. Gene Ott

    • SolusChristus.org is an on-line effort dedicated to informing the laity of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod (LCMS).
      Please check out their Missions area for up-to-date news on our missionaries & their efforts in the former Soviet Union.

    • The mission of CCLE is to promote a liberal arts approach to education, provide classical education resources, and procure accountability for member schools, teachers, and administrators.

    • The official web site of The Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod.

    • Links for study, articles and quotations for Classical Lutheran Education.

    • Zion Lutheran Academy
      Links and resources for Classical Lutheran Education.

     

    Follow the links below for information from additional Lutheran resources.

    • The Book of Concord contains the Lutheran Confessions.

    • The “Blog” of Concord is the Internet’s only ongoing roundtable conversation about the Lutheran Confessions.

    • Children’s Resources from LCMS
    • The ten colleges and universities of the Concordia University System are an educational mission of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.
      The two seminaries and the church vocations programs in the Concordia University System prepare professional church workers.

    • School Ministry assists, equips and uplifts school educators, district staff, especially education executives and congregational leaders.

    • Faith Lutheran Church, Collierville, Tennessee The church where Pastor Kristopher Morris is the Associate Pastor. He was Vicar at Good Shepherd 2003-2004.

    • Family Resources from LCMS Discover resources to help your family grow in its Christian faith.

    • Friends in Christ Lutheran Church, Bryant Arkansas Website for Pastor Marcus MacKay’s church. He was Vicar at Good Shepherd in 2002-2003.

    • This site is a companion to Growing in Christ, the new Sunday school curriculum from Concordia Publishing House and is meant to aid Sunday School Teachers. This site provides an in-depth look at each Bible story will be taught in Sunday School. This weekly commentary helps you better understand each Sunday School lesson in order to more effectively convey the message to children.

    • The ILC is a worldwide association of established confessional Lutheran church bodies.

    • Issues, Etc., heard on radio stations nationwide and worldwide on the Internet, is a broadcast service of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

    • Here you will find a statement of our belief, links to statements on doctrinal positions and links to the “What About…” series of pamphlets written by former LCMS president A.L. Barry.

    • The mission of the LHF is to perpetuate the Lutheran faith worldwide by translating, publishing, and distributing confessional Lutheran theological books and materials.

    • Lutheran Hour online
    • Information and updates on our proposed new Lutheran hymnal.

    • The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML), with a membership of over 250,000, is the official women’s organization of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

    • Nebraska District LCMS The official website of the Nebraska District of the Lutheran Chruch Missouri Synod.

    • The Orphan Grain Train movement is a loving response to Jesus Christ’s example as a servant and His love for us.

    • The web site of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Lexington, KY is a wonderful source of writings, essays, studies, Luther’s sermons and links of interest.
      The Rev. Dr. Richard P. Bucher is Pastor.

    • Project Wittenberg is home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans. Here you will find all manner of texts from short quotations to commentaries, hymns to statements of faith, theological treatises to biographies, and links to other places where words and images from the history of Lutheranism live.

    • A classical education high school with articles links of interest.

    • ‘Sine Nomine’ is a non-profit group seeking to fulfill the simple mission of providing Lutheran pastors, teachers, and laity with doctrinal encouragment and appreciation, – offering opportunities to study and grow under the Word of God.
      Led by Rev. Gene Ott

    • The official website of The Lutheran Church Missouri-Synod.

    • More than creating financial solutions, we add the unique capability of enabling Lutherans to demonstrate their care and concern for others.

    • Weddings at Good Shepherd
    • LCMS web resources for teens.