Bible study at the Round TableOur grandson Noble Wulffraat, a first-grader, has always loved being read to and now is just as enthusiastic about reading alone. He even began reading the family Bible to himself, but found it pretty slow going. His birthday was coming soon, so he told his mother he wanted a Bible […]
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We tend to have a theological blind spot when it comes to the stewardship of our bodies, caused to a large extent by our neglect of the biblical doctrine of creation.
by Rev. Thomas E. Engel A few years back, I was facing a tough decision. A friend advised me not to do anything for a while. He said, “Just sit back and let yourself be surprised by what comes your way.” Some decisions can sit for a while and, before you know it, the answer […]
Matthew 27:52-53 says: “The tombs broke open and the bodies of many holy people who had died were raised to life. They came out of the tombs, and after Jesus’ resurrection they went into the holy city and appeared to many people.” What is the theology of the LCMS concerning these verses? Who were these […]
I read with great interest “Taking Christ to Cambodia” (February). The Lutheran faith is indeed taking root in this Buddhist country! In the article, missionary Peg Wolfram remarks on the growth of the Christian faith in Cambodia, speculating that perhaps it has been due to “having access to remote villages, identifying Christian leaders in the […]
LCMS World Relief and Human Care will introduce the new Themba Girls with Erin Bode Group” CD and launch a campaign in support of the Themba Trust at a concert celebration, 8 p.m., April 23, at the Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis. The evening included a performance by St. Louis jazz artist Erin Bode […]
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