There are so many days when it seems like my words, as a teacher, fall on deaf ears.
Wellness and well-being are not distinctly Lutheran ideas, but Lutheranism does have some unique doctrinal concepts that are useful for the pursuit of our wellness.
God often calls us as a people of many vocations. How can we walk worthy in each one?
Have you ever made a mistake professionally? Sometimes we need the remind that God brings no condemnation no matter the area of our lives we mess up.
We each have value in Christ alone, as well as in the community that is God’s Church.
The Ministerial Care Coalition, a project of Concordia Plan Services, began in 2014 with the goal of fostering wide-ranging discussion and advocacy of worker wellness in the LCMS.
When we look at Scripture, we find functional as well as dysfunctional families, which helps us see God’s grace in our own families all the more clearly.
Interpersonal communication is fraught with errors and missteps, but the Holy Spirit works in our mistakes.
When we ask for help, we trust in our Helper God and rest in His promises. God doesn’t strike. He doesn’t reject. He keeps our lives. He keeps us from birth until death and each day in between.
Even when big change comes, God is constant and offers us a place to rest.
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.
Relationships are prone to “spills.” How is God at work for our relational well-being?