Resources are shared by the Association of Lutheran Resource Centers (external link). This site includes links under the following categories: Administration (external link), Education (external link), Evangelism (external link), Pastoral Care (external link), Personal Growth (external link), Social Concerns (external link), Stewardship (external link), Theology (external link), Worship (external link)/Music (external link)/Art (external link), and Youth/Women/Men (external link).
The ALRC also has a blog (external link) for learning about new material and highlighting best resources. This is a team effort to serve pastors, teachers, and lay leaders around the church.
Resources shared by the ELCA include links to ELCA Resource Centers (external link), the Association of Lutheran Resource Centers (external link), MOSAIC (external link), the video magazine of the ELCA, as well as many other sources (external link).
Congregational Resource Guide: Resources for Congregations (external link) is an effort of the Alban Institute in consultation with the Indianapolis Center for Congregations and other specialists. The Congregational Resource Guide (CRG) exists to help congregational leaders connect with resources that will enable them to face challenges and foster vitality in their communities of faith.
Feautor.org: Sharing Faith Resources with the World
With the help of a grant, FeAutor.org debuted in 2008 to fulfill a worldwide need for a place to share worship and other resources. In addition, people may publish and share their own resources on this site. The website currently offers more than 1,000 resources in five languages. Since its inception, the website has averaged 5,000 views per month from 50 countries! ELCA Regional Resource Directors share, review, and edit resources.
Faith and Wisdom (external link) offers lifelong learning opportunities for people of faith. Faith and Wisdom is a cooperative project of seven North American Christian denominations to serve leaders by assembling information about the best learning opportunities available.
The Fisher’s Net (external link) delivers theological learning opportunities. It’s more than cataloging resources and promoting events. The Fisher’s Net helps all members of our church share knowledge that resides in life’s work.
Find more lifelong learning opportunities on the Eastern North Dakota Synod Educational Opportunities page.
Julie K. Aageson, Director
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
*Other times by appointment
EaND Synod Office
1201 13th Ave N
Fargo, ND 58102
Toll Free: 877-895-4598