Lutherans confess Scripture to be inerrant. We are also pledged — every one of us — to the Book of Concord.
Letter From the President
The “problem of death” is a great opportunity to confess Jesus.
You are entering on a journey that will humble you and bring you to realize you are nothing and that Christ is everything.
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.
This word of promise helps us face our anxieties and cry out in confidence to our Lord and Savior.
The Equality Act would bring sweeping changes to current laws, to the great detriment of biblically faithful churches, institutions, Christian schools and individuals.
Superstitions abound where the Word of God is absent.
In this important section of our Lutheran Book of Concord, the Lutheran church confesses this important distinction regarding the Bible as the “sole source and norm of doctrine,” yet faithfully confessed.
Christian certainty can be summarized in terms of the Six Chief Parts of Martin Luther’s Small Catechism.
This strong little song depicts the church on earth — the Church Militant — confident in the face of growing opposition.
Christ has given you a pastor, perhaps a lifetime of pastors, to love you in Christ and care for you. Please care for your pastor.
St. Paul’s Letter to the Galatians is a tour de force of certainty for every Christian.