Pr Mark Surburg’s Catechism challenge: From memorization, to heart, to part of us.

Pastor Mark Surburg has written a great article for his congregation’s August newsletter that we can preview on his blog. The article launches a challenge to the congregation to learn by heart the Small Catechism, and an explanation of the benefits this brings. This includes memorization, of course, but uses memorization to go on to … Read more

AFLC — Ambassador Publications Version of Small Catechism Memory Cards

Previously, LutheranCatechism.com released Small Catechism Memory Cards in ten different translations. The translations are: 1979 NPH-WELS 1956 NPH-WELS “Gausewitz” 2001 ELS 2010 Sola Publishing / ReClaim Resources 1992 CLBA-Faith & Fellowship 1999 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland 2004 Robert E. Smith 1912 Synodical Conference 1921 Triglot English Today, LutheranCatechism.com releases Small Catechism Memory Cards in an eleventh translation, … Read more

1956 WELS-NPH “Gausewitz” Catechism Memory Cards

LutheranCatechism.com today releases Small Catechism memory cards using the 1956 WELS-NPH “Gausewitz” translation. In an article titled, “Carl Gausewitz: Church Man and Catechist,” Edward C. Fredrich says, It would be safe to assume even without statistical evidence that 90 percent of the members in our church body [the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod] learned the rudiments … Read more

Bob’s CPH Catechism Memory Cards

If you are a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Pensacola, Florida, and want Small Catechism memory cards that use the 1986 CPH text, you are in luck. Talk to Bob. He will give you a set. While visiting Immanuel this past Palm Sunday, Bob Myers presented me with a set of his memory cards. … Read more

Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland’s English Text in Small Catechism Memory Cards

LutheranCatechism.com releases Small Catechism Memory Cards in an eighth translation, the 1999 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland translation in English. This English text of the Small Catechism is copyrighted by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland by whose permission and generosity this new resource is given freely to the world. This free resource lets anyone print … Read more

Yshnog – Another Great Catechism Memory Aid, from Bob Myers

While visiting Immanuel Lutheran Church in Pensacola, Florida earlier this year, my online friend, and friend of LutheranCatechism.com, Bob Myers, presented me with a copy of another great Catechism memory aid, which I have temporarily dubbed Yshnog. What is Yshnog? If you asked the question, what is The First Commandment, the answer would be Yshnog, … Read more

Seventh Translation in Small Catechism Memory Cards Series – 2004 Robert E. Smith

Previously, LutheranCatechism.com released Small Catechism Memory Cards in six different translations. The translations are: 1979 NPH-WELS 2001 ELS 2010 Sola Publishing / ReClaim Resources 1912 Synodical Conference 1921 Triglot English 1992 CLBA-Faith & Fellowship Today, LutheranCatechism.com releases Small Catechism Memory Cards in a seventh translation, the 2004 Robert E. Smith translation. This is a fresh translation into English … Read more

Sixth Translation – CLBA Small Catechism Memory Cards

Previously, LutheranCatechism.com released Small Catechism Memory Cards in five different translations. The translations are: 1979 NPH-WELS 2001 ELS 2010 Sola Publishing / ReClaim Resources 1912 Synodical Conference 1921 Triglot English Today, LutheranCatechism.com releases Small Catechism Memory Cards in a sixth translation, the 1992 CLBA-Faith & Fellowship translation. The roots of this translation are in the Evangelical … Read more

Beautiful Design by Kris Brown – Fifth Translation in Small Catechism Memory Cards Series – 1921 Triglot English

Previously, LutheranCatechism.com released Small Catechism Memory Cards in four different translations. The translations are: 1979 NPH-WELS 2001 ELS 2010 Sola Publishing / ReClaim Resources 1912 Synodical Conference Today, LutheranCatechism.com releases Small Catechism Memory Cards in a fifth translation, the 1921 English translation in the Triglot Concordia. These beautiful memory cards have: post card size graphical design … Read more

Catechism Memory Cards — Two Styles — Fourth Translation

Previously, LutheranCatechism.com released one style of Small Catechism Memory Cards in three different translations. The style was standard size 3″ x 5″ index cards with both the question and the answer for each portion of the Catechism on one side. The translations were 2010 Sola Publishing / ReClaim Resources, 1979 NPH-WELS, and 2001 ELS. Today, LutheranCatechism.com releases … Read more