Even if only five people show up on a sleety Christmas Eve, open the doors. Light candles. Sing. Read Scripture. Preach the Word.
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To see Jesus only as either a zealous renegade or an ardent traditionalist is to ignore His true and fundamental identity.
Here is a book for whole-life discipleship, giving guidance to Christians on how they are to believe and live mercifully for others, telling them about Christ, and offering wisdom for their various vocations.
This month’s issue addresses a variety of topics relating to Advent and Christmas, with a special focus on Mary’s place in history and Lutheran theology.
Most of us choose to skip Advent for the soft glow of a secularized holiday. But what if we gave this wonderful, preparatory season our full attention?
Thanksgiving worship services, held at the request of the government, seem strange in modern America. Some may wonder if the request is even appropriate.
- Mark Hofman
- Herb Mueller
- Bart Day
- Terry Dittmer
- Terry Schmidt
- Rebecca Schmidt
- Heath Curtis
- Roosevelt Gray
- Todd Kollbaum
- Steve Schave
- Marcus Zill
- Ross Johnson
- Joel Hempel
- Michael Meyer
- Amy Gray
- Mark Kiessling
- Mark Wood
- Tracy Quaethem
- Mona Fuerstenau
- Peter Slayton
- Julianna Shults
- James Lohman
- Roy Askins
- James Baneck
- Rachel Bomberger
Topics & Categories
- Christmas is too good to miss December 11, 2017
- LCMS publishes first dogmatics in 100 years December 11, 2017
- LCMS Worship: Hymn of the Day Studies for Easter – Three-Year & One-Year Lectionary December 11, 2017
- A Christmas Day Devotion for the Poor Among Us December 11, 2017
- Robert Wickert: Good points! Thanks for sharing your insights!...
- Johann: I hope God can rapture us again before its too lat...
- Dean Johnson: Mark 1:3 ‘Prepare the way of the Lord, make his ...
- Elizabeth Libby: How devastating and disheartening. That magazine w...