I bear in my body the life-giving change that happened when I was baptized — when Jesus claimed me as His own.
We often tell those in distress not to be anxious, but we quickly find out in moments of stress and trial how hard they are to apply.
We don’t need to holler “Bully! Bully!” at the next voters’ meeting. We are, however, called to acknowledge and call to account behavior that is directly admonished in Scripture.
The tools we use in our vocation are important. But most important are the things that we learn from Jesus.
God puts two halves into the whole of a relationship in many mysterious ways.
Just like our homes, our bodies require maintenance and the restoration of Jesus.
While we don’t necessarily believe in “success” in ministry, how do words like “growth” and “effectiveness” weigh on a church worker, congregation or agency sharing the Gospel?
A little boy in a special needs classroom teaches us a lesson about God’s love and mercy.
Caring for others calls for us to recognize our own need for the care that comes from others.
God is good, even in the waiting. Jesus connects with us and gives us this body of believers to hold fast in the waiting.
Many Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod church workers and spouses identified the need for help finding more wellness resources. Here are three helpful tips for finding localized resources.
If you are feeling lonely, take comfort in knowing that the God who sent His Son into the world to save us from our sins will not let you down.