Christ alone. It seems so simple, so elementary. Every Lutheran knows and believes that, don’t they? And yet … how often do we forget?
In its March issue, LW looks at what it means for Christians to live “in the world, but not of the world” — together.
Who is your neighbor? And what does it mean to “love your neighbor as yourself”? This February, The Lutheran Witness is exploring what it looks like when Lutherans show God’s love to neighbors in need.
What will readers find in LW’s January issue on missions and evangelism? Faith. Conviction. Perseverance. Courage. Hope. Marching orders.
The great mystery and “miracle supreme” of Christ’s incarnation is the thread that runs through the December issue of The Lutheran Witness.
What is the state of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in 2018? Find out in the November issue of ‘The Lutheran Witness.’
It’s well documented that church workers experience high rates of burnout, depression and mental illness. But why is this? And what can be done?
Learn to “number your days” and come to grips with the reality that “you can’t do it all” in LW’s September issue on time and limitations.
Meet Lutherans past and present whose faith has profoundly shaped both their lifestyles and their financial decisions in our August issue on wealth and poverty, money, possessions and generosity.
The June/July issue of The Lutheran Witness magazine offers incisive insights on toxic masculinity, godly fatherhood, the religious gender gap and what it means to be “men at church” today.
Celebrate God’s gift of children this month in the May issue of The Lutheran Witness, as we reflect on the blessing that children are in the lives of their parents, communities and churches.
The April issue of The Lutheran Witness looks at Christian missions through the lens of Easter and sees Easter anew through the eyes of LCMS missionaries around the world.
In its Lenten issue, The Lutheran Witness explores a few of the elements that make up the Bible’s counter-cultural vision for “the good life.”
What does it mean for Lutheran Christians to offer welcome? In its February issue, The Lutheran Witness aims to find out.
Digital technology has become a constant and pervasive force in the modern world. But what does this mean for Christian life and faith?
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.