Songs of Justice and Peace Order Now
At the heart of Christian life is a concern for those at the margins and a deep desire that all may know God’s peace. Songs of Justice and Peace is one way deaconesses share God’s grace, wisdom, and unconditional love. Selections include: “Peace, Perfect Peace,” “Jesus bleibet meine Freude” (Germany), “Canticle of the Turning,” “Make Me a Channel of Your Peace," “Freedom is Coming” (South Africa), “Herra Kädelläsi” (Finland), “The Lord Gives Justice: Psalm 146,” and “God of Every Servant Heart.” The text of the songs is also available online. Find accompaning devotions
Servant Songs: Giving Voice to the Diaconal Heart Order Now
Servant Songs: Giving Voice To the Diaconal Heart
Recordings of 17 songs sung and played by Lutheran deaconesses, in a wealth of musical styles, to share the message of God’s love and care through Christ. Selections include: "Lord, Whose Love in Humble Service," "Beautiful Savior," "I was There to Hear Your Borning Cry," "Thine the Amen, Thine the Praise," and "Lift High the Cross."
Healing Songs: Prayers for Wholeness Order Now
Recordings of 20 songs focusing on Christ’s healing and wholeness. Deaconesses today carry on Christ’s healing ministry in their work, prayer and song. Selections include: "Healer of Our Every Ill," "Psalm 51: Create in Me," "Precious Lord," "It is Well with My Soul," and "A Gaelic Blessing." The text of the songs is also available online. Find accompaning devotions
The Lutheran Deaconess Conference gathered to make these recordings of Spirit-filled songs. Proceeds support scholarships, formation events, and educational programs for Deaconesses. The recordings are supported by grants from The Valparaiso Project Foundation and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
You can listen to samples of the following songs from the Healing Songs CD. You must have a media player loaded on your computer to be able to listen to these clips. Click on the name of the song to hear the clip.
Devotions for Justice and Peace
A collection of devotions, scripture, prayer, and reflection questions, written by deaconesses who serve at the margins. Christians working in ministries of hunger and justice will find this a helpful aid. This is meant to accompany the recordings.