The Latest Articles

The online musings from pastors, theologians and laity that will help you see the world from a Lutheran perspective. 

Letter to the Editor: Faith in a Pandemic

As Christians, it’s important to remember that the Lord does not give us a spirit of fear.


Biden’s Executive Orders

President Joe Biden had barely taken the oath of office on Jan. 20 before he began signing executive orders and presidential memorandums.

Christian Parenting in the Social Media Age

In our day, another extraordinary feat of engineering, the internet, connects people around the world, with an estimated 4.5 billion users worldwide.

Writing for Lutherans, Part 3: Don’t be Boring

Please, please, please, if you love me (and the rest of your readers) … don’t be boring.

Christian Hope in the Face of Suicide

We do not embrace death as encouraged by this culture of death; we find comfort in the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Homeschool Surge Offers Ministry Opportunity

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a surge in homeschooling, a development that presents new opportunities for Lutheran churches.

Writing for Lutherans, Part 2: Tell the Truth

In this second article in a three-part series, we’ll explore my second-and-almost-as-important rule of writing for Lutherans: Tell the truth.

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