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The February issue takes up the topic of mental illness from a Lutheran perspective.
The February issue of The Lutheran Witness presents a Lutheran perspective on mental illness and health.
The journey with a loved through into and through Alzheimer’s disease is a journey into darkness and difficulty.
We will advocate for life. We’ll march. But the greatest thing we can do is speak forgiveness in Jesus.
Legislation does not change hearts. Only the Holy Spirit through the proclamation of the Gospel changes hearts.
The January issue of The Lutheran Witness reflects on the church’s ongoing responsibility to proclaim the Gospel in the wake of Roe v. Wade.
God has given each mother a little neighbor, chosen specifically for her, formed from her body. The suffering involved in loving this neighbor is part of God’s good and gracious will for our lives.
My faith in Christ, my eternal life, my Christian life from beginning to end is His doing. Dead men don’t decide. It’s all gift.
Christian anthropology begins and ends with Christ Jesus.
The December issue of The Lutheran Witness lays out the Christian view of man.
God in Christ redeems and renews humanity — Adam’s fallen race — by assuming it.