The Lutheran Student: Rooted in the Word, Ready for Anything
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God commands believers in Scripture to instruct children in the knowledge of salvation and his ways. What is the best way to carry out that command? It is easy to see why many Christian churches see the Christian elementary or secondary school as a practical and dedicated application of this command. Lutherans hold God’s Word with trembling hands in its truth and purity, and they bring that philosophy to their schools and the children there. In a Lutheran elementary or secondary school, the pupil is taught about his relationship with God, with himself, and with his fellowman. This education is invaluable. A Lutheran student knows his Savior, knows God’s will, knows the law and the gospel should be applied to their lives, loves God’s Word, and craves the sacraments. A Lutheran student looks to God’s Word for guidance in all their life’s darkest and happiest moments. The Lutheran student: rooted in the Word, ready for anything.