Martin Luther, Doctor and Confessor (February 18)

Heavenly Father, You blessed the church with Dr. Luther, who pointed to the Word and showed that every page points to Jesus, Your Son. Keep our hearts and minds fixed on Jesus, in whom we believe by faith alone. Grant that all my work be to Your glory. Thank You for Your Word, which endures forever. Thank You for the beautiful truth of our salvation by Your grace. In Jesus' name. Amen.  #portalsofprayer 

The February issue of The Lutheran Witness recalls the history of the “Walkout” of all but five professors from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, 50 years ago this month — including the theological controversies that surrounded it, and why those theological distinctions are still crucial today.


  • It’s All About the Gospel … Isn’t It?: Issues surrounding the Walkout — Daniel Harmelink
  • How Did We Get Here?: Theological context of the Walkout — David P. Scaer
  • The Historical-Critical Method: A critical look — Timothy H. Maschke
  • What Happened to Natural Law?: The historical-critical method and the loss of meaning — Dean Wenthe
  • The Gospel and the Church’s Mission: History and context of the missions department walkout — Roy S. Askins



Pre-School Governance Board Meeting

Next meeting is Monday, March 13th at 3pm.

The meetings include Opening Prayer and Devotion from Pastor Mars, Treasurer's Report, Director's Report and Headmaster's Report, Unfinished and New Business and Closing Prayer. 


Offering and Signing of the Friendship Register

Members and visitors, each Sunday please take a moment to 
sign the Record of Fellowship register found in each pew with these simple steps: 

1. Print your name (first and last) and complete the form. Adults complete for small children if necessary.
2. Pass the pad on, and when it reaches the end of the pew, pass it back: noting the names of others.
3. After worship, greet your fellow worshipers by name, and introduce yourself if they are not familiar with you.   


Become a Supporting Congregation of Luther Classical College

Why now? Conservative Lutherans have been asking for a classical Lutheran college for decades. And though classical colleges have popped up all around the country and have been very successful, not one has been Lutheran.

As American culture continues to slide, we need a college that purposefully emphasizes and instills Christian culture throughout its curriculum.

Given the political climate in our country, we need a college that does not depend on federal funds and which is still affordable for our youth.

Why congregations? Luther Classical College exists to educate young men and women for congregational life, so that they graduate eager to support their local congregations and raise their families in the church.

We believe direct congregational support and involvement will help keep the college Lutheran and focused on its goal, which is to strengthen our congregations with committed Lutheran families.

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At Christ the King there are many ways you can joyfully serve, grow in grace, and make new friends in Christ! 
Opportunities for Ushers, Choir, Altar Guild 
and Welcome Committee are all available.