The Lutheran Witness

Let’s be who we are

Comments (9)
  1. Linda Shankel says:

    I don’t know how anyone could say it better! Stay strong! Praying for you every day. The devil is extremely busy these days.

  2. Simon Mackenzie says:

    Thanks for having the courage to be who you are, a child shaped and formed by the grace and love of God.

  3. Trish Aamoth says:

    Thank the Good Lord for a courageous leader in these times! Pray He will continue to strengthen and guide you to say what needs to be said!

  4. Sue Stone says:

    I agree with all written by Pres. Harrison and I would add that the past Synodical Convention, from my understanding, supported God’s Order of Creation (which is so very important) by adopting a resolution that women not be included on the altar during the service. Unfortunately, feminism has taken hold of even our Godly women of the Synod; this is still a problem. I hope women will believe with their heart what God has told us and step back from the mens’ work.

  5. Rob Taylor says:

    Well said! Those have always been my thoughts as well.

  6. Kirsten Pratt says:

    Simply wonderful! Thank you dear President Harrison! As laity it is so good to hear these points laid out again and again.

  7. Barbara Collins says:

    So refreshing. Anything goes is not freedom. Freedom lives in the truth. Born Lutheran but currently United Methodist (long story). I see my days there are very short due to their lurch to the left – and the February vote won’t be the last left turn. Unfortunately, there is not a LCMS in our part of town.

  8. Stu Schwarzer says:

    A superb statement of who we are and need to be. Thank you, Pastor/President Harrison!

  9. Mary Lou Ayres says:

    Amen
    It shall be so. Prayers for convention, delegates, pastors, synodical leaders and especially you as president that God will bless the task before you. We know He is with you.