November Mission of the Month: The AALC
Is the Lutheran Church relevant in the 21st Century?
The AALC believes that God is relevant to our world today and His Word never changes as 1 Peter 1:25 says: “the Word of the Lord stands forever.” The AALC believes that Jesus is the only way of salvation, as Jesus Himself said in John 14:6, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.”
It is the goal of the AALC to confess Christ in this unstable world. With this goal in mind, the AALC formed to encourage and equip churches to carry out mission and ministry in their location, to help churches and pastors communicate the changeless Gospel to an ever‐changing culture, and to train Lutheran Pastors (strengthen pastors to strengthen congregations).
The AALC is distinctively Lutheran in its core beliefs. Every church and pastor that voluntarily joins the AALC confesses that they believe the words of Scripture to be the inspired Word of God and the only infallible rule of faith and practice and affirms without reservation the doctrines explained in the Book of Concord.
Today the AALC continues with great pleasure in the conservative ALC tradition to offer a viable alternative to Lutheran congregations across America who find themselves unable to feel comfortable in either of the larger Lutheran church bodies.
The AALC is our supporting organization and we need to help spread the Good Word by our continuing financial support.
You may make checks payable to Christ Lutheran Church. Thank you for your continued support in our mission “To know Christ and to make Him known.”