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608 Highland Dr
PO Box C

Winthrop, MN  55396

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Zion Ev. Lutheran Church (WELS)
608 Highland Drive,
PO Box C
Winthrop, MN 55396
This is the Word of the Lord

This is the Word of the Lord...
May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ,
and the love of God, and the fellowship
of the Holy Spirit be with you all.

                             2 Corinthians 13:14

 

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Our Beliefs and Fellowship 

Zion Ev. Lutheran Church is a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. For more information about WELS, please visit the wels.net website.
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Faith Related Q and A

» Am I correct in my belief that God decides how long we are to live, before our conception? That is, while we have a say in how we die, neither we, nor the medical profession, have any control over when. In other words, if a person commits suicide, while the choice and method are a sin, they would have otherwise died another way. For your information, I'm not trying to suggest that we shouldn't take proper care of ourselves, or refuse to go to the doctor, as I realize they are the method, as it were, of staying alive, even if not the cause.
» Can a WELS pastor date/marry a member of the church where he preaches?
» I am having a hard time grappling with the healing stories in Scripture. Jesus and the apostles healed people physically, mentally, spiritually, in every way. There are numerous passages and we are expected to accept them at face value. We also read in John 16:24 and many other passages that we are to ask in Jesus' name and we will receive. My disabled adult son almost died three years ago from a severe heart infection. In fact, he was under hospice care for three weeks until he started to get better, without any real treatment. Many people were praying for him. People in our church were calling it a miracle. He was put on a minor heart failure drug and for several months evidently had no problems. Then we came to learn he had advanced kidney disease, and he requires catheterization four times a day, which severely limits his ability to travel or do anything in a "normal" way. He has had numerous urinary tract infections since then. His life has drastically changed, as has ours. My wife and I are getting on in years and are very fearful for his future. I feel like the "miracle" was a joke, as now, he is sicker and more disabled than he ever was before the heart problem. I've been praying for his physical healing, also for wisdom to know God's will for him. I am getting nothing. Can you help?
WELS Together Newsletter:
» Moving forward with the Vietnam opportunity
» 2019 Book of Reports and Memorials available online
» Taste and learn how the Word is spread
» Pastors mark ministry milestones at retreat
» Easter message from President Schroeder
» Conference of Presidents spring 2019 meeting
» Welcome home!
» WELS CEF offering limited-time special rates
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» Heart to heart: parent conversations - What’s a parent’s role in dating?
» WELS Connection - April 2019
» WELS Connection - April 2019
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