The September Lutheran Witness reflects on “the art of dying well.”
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The January issue of The Lutheran Witness explores the biblical and Lutheran definition of “grace.”
What exactly is the “priesthood of all believers”? And what does it mean for us?
Reformation Day reminds us that the blood Jesus shed for us on the cross sets us free. Jesus got it right. And, eventually, so did Luther.
When God’s people are not in His house receiving His gifts, it is a concern. But what can you do about it?
Of the 52 Sundays in the Church Year, only Trinity Sunday commemorates a doctrine rather than an event.
If we truly examine our words and actions, we are forced to admit that we have sometimes echoed Peter’s words: “I know not the man!”
As we “sit in darkness” together during these dark, cold days of winter, the words of a favorite Epiphany hymn bring us comfort and hope.
“He was a good man.” It’s a common refrain at funerals. But what are we really saying with these words? What does it mean to call a man “good”?
It’s well documented that church workers experience high rates of burnout, depression and mental illness. But why is this? And what can be done?
Every “now” of our lives is a good time to pray. Whether we are content or troubled, each day is a good day to pray to the Lord.
From the days of Eden the present, God is in favor of and holds out His help for the home. And when the Christian home is under attack, as it increasingly is in our society, we need God’s help more than ever.