Our Great Heritage: J.S. Bach

This talented Lutheran musician continues to influence our music in church, in the symphony, and on the radio.

Our Great Heritage: Martin Chemnitz

“The Second Martin,” he helped the early Lutheran church navigate theological controversies and the deaths of its original leaders.

Our Great Heritage: Katharina von Bora Luther

Born noble, raised to be a nun, then marrying an outlaw reformer and dying in poverty — Katharina understood the cost of clinging to Christ.

Our Great Heritage: Martin Luther

This humble German pastor and professor sought to restore the teachings of Scripture and share the blessing of a comforted conscience.

Our Great Heritage: Thomas Aquinas

A diligent scholar, Aquinas sought to know God’s truth and communicate it in a clear way to a confused world.

Our Great Heritage: Elizabeth of Hungary

Born a princess, she shunned her wealth to serve God by caring for the poor and needy.

Our Great Heritage: Bernard of Clairvaux

Though not without error in his life and teaching, this French abbot loved Christ, and his confession of faith rings down through the ages.

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Waiting for Him

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