Have Questions About God?
Browse these topics to learn more about who God is and how He cares for you!
Praying Through the Psalms
- Psalms Introduction Sheet
- Psalms of Praise Handout
- Psalms of Trust Intro Sheet
- Psalms of Lament Handout
- Imprecatory Psalms Handout
- “Abiding in Christ” Resource List compiled by the St. Andrew’s staff
- FAITH5 daily family devotions (follow St. Andrews’ Facebook page for weekly Scripture readings)
- Seasonal weekly Scriptures from the LCMS Lectionary
- Luther’s Daily Prayers
- Small Catechism (Creed)
- Images and texts of most hymns in the Lutheran Service Book
- Videos of past sermons and full St. Andrews services
- Write your own psalm
- Make wacky instruments out of items you already have at home and play along while your family reads Psalms or sings worship songs
- Search titles of Christian songs on YouTube (visit the Hymn Channel for lovely hymns to sing along with)
- “Faith Finder Fun” makes daily videos for families
- Concordia Publishing has free resources for worship, Bible Study, and devotions at home
- RightNow Media offers online Bible studies—free through St. Andrews!
RightNow Media – https://www.rightnowmedia.org/Account/Invite/standrewsstockton
The Netflix of Christian Bible Study. Right Now Media offers you over 15,000 video resources to help you grow in faith. There are many resources for marriage, families, parents, finances, leadership, and so much more. You can have access to these resources on your TV, computer, or through an app on your mobile devices. And it’s free to you. If you haven’t signed up for access yet, click on the link.
Check out the Street Sheet provided for our area to helping and directing the homeless around St. Andrews and other areas throughout Stockton, Ca.
Lutheran Hour Ministries
What began as with radio broadcast ministry (which still continues today) has expanded to many ministries and resources for Christians and the growing Kingdom of God. We recommend you check out their website (www.lhm.org).
Looking to further your knowledge and understanding? Try these resources from the Concordia Seminary – https://www.csl.edu/resources/