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  • Gift Card | Laestadian Lutheran

    LLC Gift Card All Products Hearken App Books Bibles Music Albums Music Books Songbird Videos Gift Card Finnish Products Periodicals LLC gift card $25 ... Read more Amount $25 $35 $50 $100 $150 $200 Other amount Quantity Buy Now

  • Work at Camp | Laestadian Lutheran

    Work at Camp Thank you for your interest in serving at an LLC camp. Please complete and submit your application using the online application system. Camp Work Application Kitchen Volunteers Directors & Teachers Resources

  • LLC History - 1980s

    EXPANSION Camps were held for believers of all ages, beginning with youth camps and confirmation school. The opisto scholarship program was created. Spiritual caretaking meetings were necessary, and throughout God led and gave the increase. Listen to a sermon from the past. 19740507_PeterNevala_SummerServicesMpls .mp3 Download MP3 • 4.71MB LLC History 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s LLC Music History More

  • Sister Organizations | Laestadian Lutheran

    Sister Organizations Finland SRK (Suomen Rauhanyhdistysten Keskusyhdistys) The LLC works closely with its sister organization, the SRK, with central offices in Oulu, Finland. Mutual work includes minister exchanges, language courses, Opisto folk school student exchange program, written and music publications, and foreign mission work. Sweden SFC (Sveriges Fridsföreningars Centralorganisation) ​ The LLC works closely with its sister organization, the SFC, in Sweden. Mutual work includes minister exchanges and foreign mission work. Africa The LLC serves sister congregations in the countries of Togo and Ghana, West Africa with several mission trips annually conducted jointly with the SRK. Trips include, for example, worship services, Sunday School lessons, and confirmation camps. The Laestadian Lutheran congregations in Togo are members of the national organization, ELLT. Ecuador The LLC serves members in six locations of Ecuador with regularly scheduled mission trips. Trips include, for example, worship services, Sunday School lessons, and confirmation camps.

  • Day 3, Lesson 5: Courtship & Marriage, He Made Them Male and Female

    < Back Confirmation Day 3: Jesus, the Son of God Day 3, Lesson 5: Courtship & Marriage, He Made Them Male and Female Objective Marriage is a life-long union ordained by God between a man and a woman - a help suitable for each other; Through marriage God fulfills His creation work according to His will Learning Outcome Explain how God established marriage for the benefit of mankind. Confirmation Exercise Questions None Reference Material Booklet Song: You made us for each other, God, / You gave us one another. / Oh, may our hearts abide in love / That each would serve the other. (SHZ 253 v.1) ​ Booklet Text: Charity suffereth long, and is kind (1 Cor. 13:4) Additional Reference Material SCRIPTURE Gen. 1:26-28; 2:23,24; Exod. 20:14; Matt. 5:28; John 8:1-11; Rom. 1:22-27; 1 Cor. 6:9,15,16,18-20; 7:1,2,7-9; 10:8; Gal. 5:19; Eph. 5:5; 1 John 2:16; Prov. 18:22; 19:14; 31:10-12; Matt. 19:5; 1 Cor. 13; Eph. 5:22-33; 6:1-4; Col.3:18-21; 2; Tim. 2:22; Eph. 4:32 ​ CURRICULUM Lessons 7.3, 7.4, 9.6 ADDITIONAL LESSON POINTS Marriage is instituted and ordained by God; this union only ends with the death of one spouse. The purpose of marriage is to receive a help “meet”, and for procreation. In God's creation man and woman are equal, although they are different. The unmarried and single state are just as worthy roles and forms of life as the married state. Understand the purpose of courtship and how a believer conducts him/herself in courtship avoiding temptation (for example, by listening to God's Word, discussing our temptations with other believers, caring for our conscience, choosing a sincerely believing group of friends, etc.) Understand what are the most important characteristics in a life's companion. Student will feel responsibility in the matters of love and courtship and understand that God forgives sins and failing in this area also. Student will recognize the outward and inward prerequisites for establishing a family. RESOURCES ​ By Faith 35; Christian Doctrine 93, 94; From Victory to Victory, p. 75-82; Luther’s Small Catechism Pastor’s Guide to Christian Weddings Christian Courtship, 1996 Outlook Summer Services – Youth Discussion D Rintamaki The Sanctity of Marriage, 1999 Detroit Summer Services, Walt Lampi The Scriptural Foundation of Marriage and Family, W. Lampi, Crossing the Current, p. 70 He Made Them Male and Female, 2006 LLC Sum. Svc. Youth Discussion K. Waaraniemi; The Treasure Hidden in the Field, J. Uljas, p. 100-106 The Beauty of Courtship, At the Crossroads of Choosing, p.55 VZ: – series of articles in February, March, April, and June 2003 Previous Next

  • LISTEN | Laestadian Lutheran

    Listen If the player above is not working, you can use this link . The Evening Devotion for each evening will air for the first time at 8 p.m. EDT and on the hour at 8 p.m. in each of the North American time zones. Following the devotion, songs will be broadcast for the remainder of the hour. ​ This program aims to bring you the comforting message of the gospel as evening shadows fall wherever you may be. We hope that this brief moment beside God's Word is a support to you in your endeavor. If you would like to support this program and the work of the Laestadian Lutheran Church, you can do so here . If you use the app, simply type laestadian lutheran church in the search field to find us and make your donation. Thank you for your support. Archived Sermons Browse archived sermons from LLC services and from member congregations. View all sermons Evening Devotions Archives Member Congregation Broadcast & Archive Links Some congregations broadcast and archive their sermons. Please check individual congregation web pages to see the time of the live service broadcast. Member Congregations

  • Day 7, Lesson 3: Laestadian Lutheran Church (LLC)

    < Back Confirmation Day 7: Mission Work: Go Ye Therefore and Teach All Nations Day 7, Lesson 3: Laestadian Lutheran Church (LLC) Objective The mission and role of the LLC; Primary forms of work used by the LLC Learning Outcome Describe my calling as a believer within the Laestadian Lutheran Church. Confirmation Exercise Questions None Reference Material Booklet Song: Gracious Lord, You give to us / Duties in Your congregation; / May we take them all as gifts, / Gifts that You in love have given. / May we serve the congregation, / With respect, consideration. (SHZ 414 v.1) ​ Booklet Text: And the Lord God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it. (Genesis 2:15) Additional Reference Material SCRIPTURE Gen. 2:15 ​ CURRICULUM Lesson 5.3 ​ ADDITIONAL LESSON POINTS All believers “are the Laestadian Lutheran Church (LLC)”. The LLC office supports the needs of the believers, as directed through the Annual Meeting each year. Congregation delegates represent their congregation members at this meeting. Student will understand why the Laestadian Lutheran Church was established. Student will understand the importance of financially supporting the work in God’s Kingdom RESOURCES​ Christian Doctrine 17 LLC Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws Previous Next

  • Day 6, Lesson 4: Caring for One Another

    < Back Confirmation Day 6: Caring For Faith Within the Congregation Day 6, Lesson 4: Caring for One Another Objective First we should love God; We should love our neighbor as ourselves Learning Outcome Describe how God’s love prompts me to help others Confirmation Exercise Questions None Reference Material Booklet Song: When we see our neighbor suff’ring, / When he lacks necessities, / May we share our many blessings, / All the gifts that we receive. / May we comfort him who struggles, / That he never weeps alone. / May we tell him of the Savior / Seated at the mercy throne. (SHZ 412 v.3) ​ Booklet Text: “Am I my brother's keeper?” (Genesis 4:9) Additional Reference Material SCRIPTURE Gen. 4:1-15; Gen. 23:2-6; Sam. 12-13; Matt. 7:12; 18:15-20; Luke 7:36-50; Luke 10:25-37; Luke 22:54-62; John 16:13; John 21:17; Rom. 12:10, 14-18; 1 Cor. 2:1-5; 2 Cor. 5:19,20; Gal. 1:6,7; 6:1,2; Eph. 4:1-5, 32; Col. 3:16; Heb. 12:1,2; 1Pet. 2:9. ​ CURRICULUM Lesson 7.6 ​ ADDITIONAL LESSON POINTS Joseph’s faith engendered love, which gave strength to forgive and care for others The Good Samaritan used his time, skills and money for the good of one that needed help The love that God gave as a gift teaches us to accept ourselves and our neighbors as unique persons created by God Valuing diversity does not mean approving of sin and an indecent life Continuous criticism, suppression, and derision of another person and cold indifference are foreign to the neighborly love that is the fruit of true faith. Neighborly love is being near, listening, but also caring and desiring to help when needed Neighborly love gives us a readiness to meet a diversity of cultures with an open mind. A person who has set out on a different road in faith matters may long for contact with believers. Learn to discuss in such a confidential, secure manner so that a person could openly ask questions and even question matters. Search for answers within the congregation of God. It is our task to convey the Redeemer’s loving invitation. A penitent sinner can believe sins forgiven unconditionally in the gospel proclaimed from the Kingdom of God. ​ RESOURCES ​ By Faith Lesson 37 ; Christian Doctrine 85 - Saved to Serve; How to Approach Another Person, Aimo Helen, SRK Speakers and Elders meeting at Summer Services 2013; How to Approach Another Person, Keith Waaraniemi, LLC Summer Services 2014 (Presentation based on Aimo’s Introduction); Crossing the Current: Neighborliness–An Individual and Worldwide Matter; Crossing the Current: Neighborliness – A Neighbor in Need, J. Bloomquist, pages 98-99; The Sheepfold Tender: Bear One Another’s Burdens, D. Lahti, p. 143-147; Do You Care About Me?T. Hanninen p.163-164; I Will Seek That Which is Lost, H. Kallunki, p.165-173 ; VZ: A Brother’s Keeper, Youth Page (several articles), Jul 1999, page 8 Previous Next

  • Pelkie Laestadian Lutheran Church

    Pelkie Laestadian Lutheran Church Contacts Chairman & Pastor James Frantti Phone: 906-483-0712 Email: Secretary Roy Pikkarainen Phone: 906-482-2166 Service Schedule Sunday Service 11:00 a.m. Communion Service 1st Sunday montly Wednesday Bible Class 6:30 p.m. For changes in schedule call contact persons Address 15439 Pelkie Road Pelkie, MI 49958 Mailing Address: 22399 Broemer Rd Chassell, MI 49916 Phone: 906-353-7531

  • LLC Lectionary | Laestadian Lutheran

    LLC Lectionary LLC Lectionary based on the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church Calendar themes and texts. ​ 2024 LLC Lectionary ​ 2025 LLC Lectionary

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