1793. 1918. 2020. Devastating diseases have been a part of the human experience since the fall of human beings into sin.
The issue begins to ask questions about what the church has learned about how it can continue to witness during government shutdowns.
The June/July Lutheran Witness reflects on the response of the church to the COVID-19 pandemic, under the theme “By Faith, Not by Sight.”
God works His greatest blessings through crosses.
After a minute or so of this, Todd asked, “Pastor, what do you think was going on?” I said, “When it’s time, it’s time. Todd, it’s time.”
The May Lutheran Witness, “In sickness and in health,” contains articles on the theology of marriage and weddings, and on the church’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pandemics and plagues have come and gone over the millennia. Christ has sustained His church.
Five common objections to Jesus’ resurrection and suggestions for countering them with simple explanations.
The apostles were sent by Christ to bear witness to the world. Their words still bear witness to Christ’s resurrection.
The April issue of The Lutheran Witness focuses on the significance and the defense of Scripture’s account of the resurrection.
In The Screwtape Letters, C.S. Lewis helps us decipher many of the crafty ways the devil tries to tempt, mislead and deceive us.
Christ’s death paid the price for your sins so that even though you “patiently await” physical death, you wait with the hope of the resurrection.