The following links are provided to help further your understanding and appreciation of the many resources, organizations, and opportunities of the church.

Directory of Lutheran High Schools

This office is grateful to the Lutheran high schools who continue to provide us with current information at least once a year so that we can create this directory. It also happens that many schools continue to alert us to changes as they happen throughout the year. It is thanks to that ongoing communication with schools that we are able to provide an up-to-date online directory. We look forward to adding new Lutheran high schools as they are established, not just in the United States but around the world.

Lutheran Church Bodies in North America

The Lutheran church bodies of today can trace their roots directly to the Protestant Reformation that took place in Europe in the 16th century.

LECNA (Lutheran Educational Conference of North America)

The Lutheran Educational Conference of North America, formed in 1910, is the oldest existing inter-Lutheran organization in the United States and Canada. LECNA’s purpose is to encourage, assist, and promote cooperation among Lutheran colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.

“Reliving the Passion Study Guide”

This resource was written as a study guide to be used in conjunction with the book “Reliving the Passion” by Professor Walter Wangerin Jr.

“The Road Back to God”

Written by the sainted O.P. Kretzmann, longtime president of Valpo University, for young people in the 1930s. These timeless devotions delivered under the stars was reprinted in 2003 in collaboration with Wheat Ridge Ministries.

“Our Hope for Years to Come” – The Valparaiso University Prayer Book

Based upon the church year, this 200-page devotional resource features prayers, meditations and sermon excerpts of the university community over the past 50 years.

“In Thy Light We See Light” – The 150th Anniversary Celebration Edition of the Valparaiso University Prayer Book

In celebration of Valparaiso University’s 150th anniversary, members of the University community have written a new prayer book that is available for purchase and is being supplemented by an interactive online prayer community.

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