We all wait. Sometimes we wait for others impatiently. Sometimes we wait for changes discontentedly. Sometimes we wait for ourselves …
We need the protection Jesus provides in Holy Communion. After the Last Supper, Jesus warned Peter that Satan would sift him like wheat.
The second most common objection to recovering weekly communion in the 1999 survey was that it takes too much time.
In Easter season 1999, I surveyed all LCMS pastors regarding weekly communion. Their members largely feared …
It is not fanatical for pastors and members to desire the weekly opportunity to commune.
This marvelous truth is foundational for Holy Communion: The living Christ, here and now, in the flesh, does this.
Weekly communion was not widely practiced for a significant part of the twentieth century in The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS).