Here are some links to organizations, resources, etc. that might be helpful to you.
The Holy Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church confesses that the Scriptures are true because they testify to our risen and ascended Lord.
The Book of Concord is a compilation of documents that Martin Luther and other Lutheran Reformers wrote during the sixteenth century. These documents begin by laying out the case that the teachings of the Lutheran Reformers in line with the historic Christian faith while the Roman Catholic Church had departed from it through their own inventions. The latter documents more fully explain these arguments as well as expound on the teachings of Scripture. This site also contains some basic questions and answers related to Lutheranism and provides some sources of the Book of Concord.
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) was founded in 1847 by German immigrants seeking to freely practice confessional Lutheranism. The LCMS is a voluntary network of congregations throughout the nation who continue to walk in this confessional identity. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church is a member congregation of the LCMS.
LCMS Kansas District is the district of the LCMS where St. Peter’s is located. The aim of the district is to support the workers and congregations within their area. Kansas District has some helpful information and resources on their website concerning the activity of the LCMS in Kansas.
Official Ministries of the LCMS
Concordia Publishing House is the official publishing house of the LCMS. Their mission is to provide the Church with doctrinally sound materials for churches as well as individuals. You can browse their stock online, both print and digital resources.
Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF) is a financial institution of the LCMS, with our local representatives in the Kansas/Oklahoma Office. LCEF provides loan, ministry support, and investment products to individuals and congregations of the LCMS. A partnership with LCEF is about more than money—it’s an investment in the future of the LCMS and its ministries.
KFUO is the official radio station of the LCMS, and is listener supported. On their website you can listen live as well as search their archives. They broadcast church music, talk shows, bible studies, and more.
Lutheran Hour Ministries is a laity led organization that provides resources to help equip the saints to share their faith. They also provide devotions, Bible studies, and archives of their flagship ministry: The Lutheran Hour, which reaches more than 51 million people around the world each week.
Lutheran Women’s Missionary League is an organization of women dedicated to the mission of the Church. The LWML participates in local, national, and international missions.
LCMS U is a resource to connect and support students as they head off to college and face countless challenges to their biblical worldview, doctrine, ethics and practices. It is also a place to connect and encourage parents, congregations, and campus ministries as they seek to care for students, so that all can boldly bear witness to Christ on our nation’s college campuses.
YouthESource is a website that provides resources for youth and youth groups. They also host a blog dedicated for teens and their parents.
Issues, Etc. is a radio talk show features on KFUO. From their website you can listen live as well as listen to archived episodes. They have other resources, such as journals and book lists on their website.
Worldview Everlasting is an organization created by a network of pastors that produce videos and publish articles based on questions submitted from their viewers/readers. They also produce other videos expositing Scripture or explaining Lutheran Doctrine.