Deliver Us: Jesus Sets Us Free

This year the narrative of Jesus’ victory over sin and death is viewed against another emancipating act of God: Israel’s exodus from Egypt. Seen against the Old Testament backdrop of Israel’s captivity, Deliver Us: Jesus Sets Us Free illuminates the Passion story with crisp clarity and insight. Using Scriptures from the Gospels and the book of Exodus, these meditations show God at work—calling us from sin’s oppression to a new life in Jesus Christ. As God has acted in history, calling and redeeming people everywhere, so too today does He offer us His freedom—and fellowship—accomplished once and for all through the cross of Christ. 

 These Lenten devotions were written by Dr. Kari Vo. As an added feature, there are reflection questions for each day’s messages that can be used for self-study or as prompts for discussion when reflecting as a group. 

The cover art for the Canadian devotions was designed by Amelia Hatzitolios of Barrie Ontario.

You can download the text of these devotions in English here, French here, (and Chinese available soon) or contact us at the office for your hard copy. or 1-800-555-6236.

We also invite our Portuguese speaking friends to take part in the Lenten devotions offered by our partner Lutheran Hour Ministries – Brazil.

Thanksgiving Message

Listen to this year’s Thanksgiving Day message by guest speaker Rev. Perry Hart of Kitchener Ontario. Click here.

You can also hear Lutheran Laymen’s League interview between our very own Lisa Jackson and Speaker Rev. Perry Hart. Click here.

Annual General Meeting – 2019

In early September, members of Lutheran Laymen’s League of Canada elected board member Brian Wardle of Kitchener Ontario to the Board of Directors. Re-elected members also included Gordon Schoepp of Onoway, AB and Stephen Braaten of Regina, SK. New members serve a two-year term. 

Pastor Keith Haberstock of Fort McMurray Alberta was approached by the board to serve as Pastoral Advisor and accepted. Pastor Haberstock was installed as Pastoral Advisor to the LLL-C by Regional Pastor David Haberstock at his home chapel in Regina, SK on October 23rd.

New board members were installed at the League’s Annual General Meeting, Saturday, October 26 at Grace Lutheran Church in Saskatoon and Gordon Schoepp was elected as board president. 

The evening before the Annual General Meeting, past and present board and committee members met to recognize outgoing board president Ian Adnams. 

Board members as at October 26th, 2019 are:

Gordon Schoepp- Onoway, AB (President)

Marilyn Jacobi- Waterloo, ON (Secretary)

Stephen Braaten- Regina, SK (Treasurer)

Joel Haberstock- Vernon, BC

Brian Wardle- Kitchener, ON

Rev. Keith Haberstock (Pastoral Advisor)

LHM Sunday

A collaboration of talents from across North America helped to create a uniquely Canadian resource 

Download or watch the 2019 Lutheran Hour Ministries Sunday video here.

It’s about Life

We believe that Life is a gift, a precious gift of God, that is to be used to glorify Him and to serve others.

With its joys and delights our earthly Life can be wonderful but at times Life can also be difficult, with pain and even sorrow. There are times in Life when each of us needs some assistance or guidance as we face these challenges. For our resources click here.

Listen and watch messages from various Lutheran congregations across Canada here.

For a very special and uniquely Canadian broadcast of The Lutheran Hour about Life click here to listen to the October 7th, 2018 message from guest speaker Rev. Perry Hart of  Kitchener Ontario. Pastor Hart’s message “Life is a precious gift” warns against our culture’s devaluation of life and calls us to see ourselves and others as precious people, created by God, redeemed by Christ. (Genesis 1:27)

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