In repentance and faith, Christ’s resurrection is ours, precisely on the worst of days.
Multi-congregation parishes can help congregations thrive in their work, refocus on what it means to be the church and remain in place with a lively presence of Word and Sacrament ministry.
The darker the world, the brighter the Gospel. The more depressing the sermon of the world is, the more precious becomes the preaching of our beloved pastors.
Easter changes everything. It even answers the question of transgenderism.
America’s children have left the church in droves, yet many do not deny the existence of God.
Love is central to our confession and doctrine! I believe that confession with all my heart.
God wants His Word to be learned especially in our homes. Where should we begin?
Our dear pastors and workers continue to love and care for millions of God’s people.
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.
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.
God in Christ redeems and renews humanity — Adam’s fallen race — by assuming it.