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

Funerals Have Changed

More than 25 years ago, a funeral was simply a funeral; they were all the same. The visitation happened at the funeral home …

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How the Church Can Support Military Families during Deployment

They say something always breaks in the first week of a spouse’s deployment. Maybe this is a gift in disguise.

Anselm of Canterbury

On April 21, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) commemorates the great Archbishop of Canterbury St. Anselm.

Here I Stand

A poem celebrating Martin Luther’s famous stand before the Holy Roman Emperor during the Diet of Worms on April 18, 1521.

Good Works in the Freedom of Faith

If people do not need to engage in good works to secure their salvation, why bother with attempting to live an ethical life?

The Christian Artist

Everyone is an artist.This is a revelation to those who never thought of themselves as artists before.

Anointed for Burial

Jesus was anointed so many times, it is no wonder that He was called “the Christ,” which in Greek means “anointed.”

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