The Lent/Easter issue features a walk through St. Matthew’s account of the Passion and an in-depth examination of “apologetics under the cross.”
Christ alone. It seems so simple, so elementary. Every Lutheran knows and believes that, don’t they? And yet … how often do we forget?
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It is the bedrock teaching of the New Testament that Christ is the first one raised, and we too shall be raised from the dead at the Last Day.
The April issue of The Lutheran Witness looks at Christian missions through the lens of Easter and sees Easter anew through the eyes of LCMS missionaries around the world.
Though the Gospel we preach may be “a stumbling block to Jews and folly to Gentiles,” God’s beloved children are no fools. We know what really happened on Easter.
The Christian who prepares an “elevator speech” on Christ’s resurrection will be blessed in the preparation and opportunity to share it.
The darkness of Good Friday gives way to the light of the early Easter morning.
What joy is ours as resurrection people to participate is Christ’s own great mission of seeking, finding and saving the lost!
While transhumanists hope to prolong life by halting aging processes, they can’t make sure the parachute opens when you try sky-diving on your 650th birthday.
That this God even conquers death and disobedience by personally taking on death and overcoming it with His own suffering and death and giving mercy to the disobedient makes each fallen human story important and profound.
Every Sunday is Easter — that’s the message on the outdoor sign at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mobile, Ala., and it’s making people think, according to Pastor Rev. Dr. Ulmer Marshall.
It is easy to unintentionally miss celebrating Easter in the midst of our busyness. Fortunately for us, God’s grace and mercy never miss us.
First Presbyterian Church in Center City, Philadelphia, brings Bach back to his Good Friday roots by presenting his “St. John Passion” as he did — not as performance but as prayer.