The December issue features articles on candlelight services, Advent activities and Christmas programs, as well as a holiday gift guide for Lutherans.
The November issue provides both a big picture outlook as well as a series of smaller “snapshots.”
In the August issue, we’re seeking faithful answers to some of life’s toughest theological questions.
“Lutheran Witness” Managing Editor Adriane Heins moves on and is succeeded by Rachel Bomberger of Kent City, Mich.
Let us rediscover the heart and soul of the Reformation–the great hymns of the 16th and 17th centuries.
In the June/July issue, we’re talking death, dying and what Jesus has to do with both.
This issue of “The Lutheran Witness” explores suffering, dying, death and comfort in light of Christ and His cross.
The goal is not just to raise adults, but to raise up husbands and wives, fathers and mothers.
Doggedly chasing the world’s standard for inclusivity and hypersensitivity often falls flat and possibly lands with a lawsuit or two. But maybe there’s another way.