“Beloved, let us love one another, because love is from God; everyone who loves is born of God and knows God”
1 John 4:7

Martin Luther King Jr., renewer of society, martyr, April 4, 1968.

Let us pray, Holy and righteous God, you created us in your image. Grant us grace to contend fearlessly against evil and to make no peace with oppression. Help us, like your servant Martin Luther King Jr., to work for justice among people and nations, to the glory of your name, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen. (Evangelical Lutheran Worship, pg. 60)

During this Year of Scripture, we will aspire to grow as Christian disciples through three distinct practices:

1. Daily Bible Reading

  • Jan. 21 Exodus 10-12
  • Jan. 22 Exodus 13-15
  • Jan. 23 Exodus 16-18
  • Jan. 24 Exodus 19-21
  • Jan. 25 Exodus 22-24
  • Jan. 26 Exodus 25-27
  • Jan. 27 Exodus 28-29

2. Bible Reflection to help us to become fluent in the language of sacred scripture.

Opening the Book of Faith: Lutheran Insights for Bible Study is a great resource for those called by God to preach and teach God’s Word.

3. Bible Study

Sermon on the Mount Bible Study