Magazines and Services
The CLC Bookhouse — Order books and other products online.
The Lutheran Spokesman –The CLC’s monthly family magazine.
TheJournal of Theology — A quarterly theological magazine.
God’s Hand in Our Lives — The CLC Sunday School Series.
Learn From Me — An adult instruction class.
More About the CLC
Introduction to the CLC – A short and concise introduction to our Church Body.
A History of the CLC – also shows the differences between the CLC and other Lutherans.
Video Interview with Pastor L.W. Schierenbeck.
CLC Statement of Faith and Purpose — A small pamphlet that briefly and simply explains some of our doctrinal positions.
The Brief Statement of 1932 — A short summary of our beliefs, originally created and adopted by the LCMS in 1932, and still adhered to by the CLC.
Concerning Church Fellowship (CCF) – Our statement on the important Scriptural
principle of Church Fellowship.
Concerning Church and Ministry (CCM) — Our statement on the Relation of Synod and Local Congregation to the Holy Christian Church.
Thought- Provoking Materials
An Ongoing Need: Educating Our Children For The Real World – A booklet which shows the importance of Christian education.
A Closer Look For Those Who Are Concerned – A trace of the historical background behind the spread of unionism within American Lutheranism and how this led to the formation of the CLC (See also “The Leprosy of Unionism”).
The Leprosy of Unionism – A tract written in 1918 regarding the practice of unionism.
Means of Grace – A tract which shows from Scripture the importance of the Means of Grace.
Praise God the Holy Ghost – A tract that shows how the Holy Ghost is one of the three Persons of God. It also clarifies what great blessings the Holy Ghost bestows upon believers.
The Problem of the Isolated Believer – A booklet which is aided to instruct and comfort those who are isolated in the sense that they are a great distance away from a confessional church.
The Shepherd Kindly Calls – A tract that brings the Gospel message in very brief and simple sentences.
WELS and CLC – What’s the Difference? Explains why the CLC and the Wisconsin Synod are not in fellowship.