There is no problem of faith, life, family or Church for which the Bible does not have answers. As we move toward the Synod’s 175th anniversary in 2022, let’s be people of the Bible.
The “good life,” the greatest life, is life reconciled to God our Maker and to our fellow human beings — in love, forgiveness and yes, great joy.
The Lutheran Confessions give us a firm place to stand as we consider the world in all its complexity.
Several references tell of Luther’s great struggle – the struggle we all face in times of death.
What is the purpose of trials in the Christian life?
What joy is ours as resurrection people to participate is Christ’s own great mission of seeking, finding and saving the lost!
My reason follows after, in the wake of faith, and convinces me that the universe is simply too ordered and too complex to exist by chance.
Learn Luther’s method of prayer, which interestingly encompasses both rote and free prayer!
Jesus comes to [John the Baptist] at the Jordan from Galilee and desires to be baptized [Matt. 3:13]. How marvelously backward this is!
As we await the advent of Christ, we need the same consolations for our times
If the future of the Church depends upon us, then we are sunk.
Wherever the Gospel and Sacraments are—enough to bring people to true faith in the true Jesus—there is the Church.