2017 LWML Prayer Service
Lutheran Women's Missionary League Celebrating 75 Years of Commending Christ From One Generation to Another
One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts (Psalm 145).
by Rev. Dr. Steve Turner
We are gathered here today as women and men of the church who are in our generation to be witnesses of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Many of us lament “the generation gap” that seems to be growing with the acceleration of changes in our culture. There are times when we long for the “good old days.” Our worship for today is to remind us that God continues to work in our days. That He is the God of all generations!
Downloads for the 2017 LWML Prayer Service and cover artwork are available below. If you are unable to download the service please contact the LWML Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call1-800-252-5965 to obtain a paper copy.
How to use the Prayer Service
The Prayer Service is designed to be used at any time, by large or small groups. It is an abbreviated worship service. This material is copyrighted by the Lutheran Women's Missionary League and users agree to use the service in full context.
2017 Prayer Service Downloads:
Prayer Service script
Print the Prayer Service as booklet format:
In the Print settings, select “booklet.” When printing legal size you will need to change the paper size to Legal in Page Setup.
Cover/Worship Folder artwork
PowerPoint (right click to save to your computer)
- PowerPoint of Full Service PPT
- PowerPoint of title slide PPT
- PowerPoint background slide template PPT
About the Author
Rev. Dr. Steven Turner is President of Iowa District West of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. He previously served as senior pastor of Trinity Lutheran Algona, Iowa for 24 years and the dual parish at Trinity Lutheran, Marcus and Pilgrim Lutheran, Quimby, Iowa for six years, spending his entire ministry in Iowa District West. President Turner enjoyed serving as the pastoral advisor to the 2014 National LWML Convention Committee and served many years as a zone LWML pastoral counselor.
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