Cemeteries in New Orleans are fascinating “cities of the dead”
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.
Two thousand years ago, a Roman governor made a judgment that would place the Messiah on the cross. Who was he? What political forces caused his decision?
The Lord’s Supper is a gift of life and love to be received, not a requirement to be fulfilled.
A little magazine; a big message.
You can help visitors to your congregation feel welcome. Here are some practical thoughts to keep in mind.
Paul Gerhardt’s beloved hymns were a product of suffering.
by Dr. Leslie (Jack) Fyans I’m facing a layoff at work and am very anxious…
Last month, I began to share with you the hopes, dreams, and objectives that I have for the Synod.
I found Dr. James Lamb’s January article “The Stem Sell’” well written, and I share…
In his January letter regarding the new Lutheran Service Book, Mr. Timothy R. Dahlstrom asks…
I commend you on “Mercy, Lutheran Style” by Dollie Raabe (November 2006). It was the…
Meeting students from around the world provides
opportunities to witness. This one began with a question.
by Andrew Simcak What thoughts come to your mind during this Lenten season when you…
Missionary Chuck Groth, 58, calls his work in Cambodia “great fun” and “the hardest work you’ll ever love.”
Gospel doors are opening in this Buddhist country, where the murderous Pol Pot regime and the dream of a Cambodian refugee sparked the start of the country’s first LCMS-affiliated congregation.