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ST. LUKE LUTHERAN JACKSON, MICHIGAN

St. Luke Lutheran Church has been planted by God to give the people of Jackson County  what they need most -- the message of free and full forgiveness through Jesus Christ. That good news is at the heart of everything that happens here.

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WORSHIP SERVICES

Sunday 9am

&

Wednesday 7pm

(same service as the following Sunday)

2018  Reformation Servive
Lansing Area Reformation Service will be held at 3:00 pm on Oct 28th at Shepard of the Hills L C in Lansing.
We will be gathering nonperishable food items for the Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary Married Student Food Pantry
 
Today's Devotion
» Focus Your Attention on Jesus – October 16
share the heavenly calling...
WELS Together Newsletter:
» COP holds its fall 2018 meeting
» Christian Aid and Relief Oct. 2018 update
» Record attendance at annual OWLS convention
Through My Bible In 3 Years
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – October 16
Faith Related Q and A
» Hi, I have some questions: In your site, it is said that the law isn't a means of grace. But I read some Reformed say it is, in the sense that the law is part of the word, and that the law shows us our need of Christ. In that sense, would the Synod agree that the law is a means of grace? Also, I am struggling with a lack of faith. What should I do? Hear and read the word until faith is created in me? And I have to try to keep the law as best as I can meanwhile? Also: the confessional Lutherans say that good works do not contribute to salvation (it's evidence, a consequence of salvation) but, at the same time, say that deliberate sin extinguishes faith. But, since the demands of the law are so hard, isn't not doing good works all the time a sin? Because if I am not helping my neighbor, but doing something for myself, I am not keeping the law intentionally. Thanks.
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