Lutheran Witness: March 2024

The March issue of The Lutheran Witness takes up the theme “A Hopeful Community.” At times, the church can seem to be standing at the edge of a quiet despair. But the church of God is a community of hope, confident and certain in our God.


  • The Place of Hope: An overview of Scripture on the topic of hope — Jon Bruss
  • Quiet Despair and Its Remedies: Finding hope in times of difficulty — Adam Koontz
  • A Global Hope: Confessional Lutheranism on a global scale — Roy S. Askins and Sarah Reinsel
  • Church Worker Communities: A Set Apart to Serve feature — James Baneck
  • Democracy of the Dead: We are not alone — Andrew Packer
  • Hope in ‘Toxic’ Churches: Life as the beautiful Bride of Christ — Lucas V. Woodford


  • Snippets: News from around the LCMS and the world
  • Walking Together: Congregational spotlight on Trinity Lutheran Church in Sheboygan, Wis.
  • Worship: Dear Cantor…
  • Searching Scripture: A Community of the Word

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