Three questions to help take a marriage conflict from anger and frustration to understanding and forgiveness.
Commissioned workers of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod serve as teachers, musicians, discipleship and outreach coordinators, parish nurses, children’s ministers, mentors, youth workers and more.
The best defense against the distractions the Evil One throws at us.
Relationships are prone to “spills.” How is God at work for our relational well-being?
The LCMS Florida-Georgia and Southeastern districts stand ready to respond to Hurricane Dorian.
Where are leaks in our lives a good thing to have?
What’s under the foundation of our spiritual houses? How is Christ “seeping in” to our days and our moments?
In Christ, we learn that we are more sinful than we ever thought, yet we are more loved than we ever dared to dream.
Rev. Richard Koehneke identifies areas of need for the wellness of pastors, church workers and families of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
Tiny changes in our culture, like the way our calendars are written, can impact the way we view each week. Here’s one small way to put God first.
We might have sweaty, smelly feet, but God still uses us mightily. Where and how do we publish good news to unexpected people, in unexpected ways?
How valuable is intelligence? Where do we undervalue intelligence and where do we overvalue our intellectual capabilities?
You are not alone – even when you think enough is enough. You can never give enough, but God has given everything on your behalf.
Tension enters into life and ministry. What hope does the incarnation of Jesus give when we feel tension rising?
You’ve got a call. It’s a big deal. Now it’s time to enter the wonderful and hard world of ministry life.
This week’s devotion offers the power of two words and a little rejoicing to turn off ruminating thoughts. What can you identify in your life today to rejoice about in the Lord?