There’s no “get your act together and come see us,” no “clean yourself up and then visit.” It’s just one broken sinner inviting another into God’s grace.
LW Faith and Culture
God calls us in; He feeds us and reaffirms His love for us.
by Chaplain Daniel Gard Since 2001, America has engaged in a long war against terror. Christ alone provides comfort to this new generation of veterans who has left home, served and returned. The Spirit of God moved across the formless, dark void that was to become the earth. By His Word, He called the universe […]
Is there a difference between being spiritual and being religious? by Rev. Travis J. Scholl You know this one-liner by now, don’t you? You’re talking with somebody in the grocery store, and somehow your church comes up. Then you get the look: the tilt of the head, the naive smile, the dewy eyes, the feigned […]
Discover why so many Americans still pray, even though they admit they don’t believe in God.
Today’s culture offers countless religious options, but none of them offer persuasive, factual evidence. See why our Christian faith offers the answers. by Craig A. Parton America is a product of three centuries of secular culture. The roots of that culture are found in the earliest at-tempts to engage in what was thought to be […]
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