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Defending the Unborn

I was deeply offended by the letters to the editor column in the March issue of The Lutheran Witness. While emotions run high on the stem-cell debate, the position of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has been unwavering: From the moment of conception, human beings are precious in the sight of God. I understand the editor’s […]

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On “Reclaiming the Church’s Young”

Thank your for the excellent article, “Reclaiming The Church’s Young in a Culture of Change.” I drive a school bus and have high, middle, and elementary school runs. At the beginning of the school year, I make it a point to tell the students they are not just a bunch of cattle I haul from […]

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Seeking Ablaze!

Each month I look forward to receiving The Lutheran Witness. I especially enjoy reading the mission-outreach articles, e.g., South Africa (April), Cambodia (February), early-childhood centers (December), and Indonesia (October). Missionaries we support come alive when we can read firsthand their stories from the mission field. However, looking back seven months I see no articles that […]

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Fear and the racially split church

The recent Christ Call of Uwe Siemon-Netto (June Witness) for Lutheran Christians—in combating racism, threats, and the torments of today’s dark night of terrorism—is a continuing Christ Call, heard down through the ages. The cause of racism is fear—and this fear has a stranglehold on the local and global community. As a professor for thirty […]

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KFUO Then and Now: Tours Remain Popular

 by James Heine Over KFUO’s eight decades of service to the LCMS, more than a few readers of The Lutheran Witness may have passed through its doors on a tour, observes Dennis Stortz, director of broadcast operations for the radio station. Many of those tours have been organized by LWML or LLL groups, other parish […]

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For President

For President The men nominated by LCMS congregations to stand for election as Synod president offer their insights on the needs of the church and the issues confronting it. Five men will have their names on the ballot for president when The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod meets in its 63rd Regular Convention July 14–19 in Houston. […]

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