Lutherans confess Scripture to be inerrant. We are also pledged — every one of us — to the Book of Concord.
The Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison reflects on the life, service and friendship of Paul T. McCain.
The rite of Christian burial is often the last good work the Lord permits us to do for our beloved friends until we meet them again in the resurrection.
The “problem of death” is a great opportunity to confess Jesus.
The LCMS has embarked on an aggressive, comprehensive Church Worker Recruitment Initiative. The initiative seeks to form pastors and church workers to hand over the saving faith to God’s people, passing on the Christian faith from one generation to the next until our Savior’s return.
You are entering on a journey that will humble you and bring you to realize you are nothing and that Christ is everything.
Wherever one finds the living voice of Christ and those who by the Holy Spirit hear and believe it — both pastor and flock together — there is the church.
The Church is a paradox. She is the Bride of Christ, ‘spotless,’ ‘holy.’ And yet she only appears in this world hidden under the guise of poor sinners.
Can the Gospel be shared on social media? Absolutely. But to use social media to share the Gospel is to be in it for the long haul.
While technology has indeed made us more efficient, it has also created a world where we do multiple things at the same time. And a divided mind fosters worry.
This word of promise helps us face our anxieties and cry out in confidence to our Lord and Savior.
Is memorizing Scripture really that big of a deal?