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Lutheran Witness: June/July 2008

As with last month, we are overflowing with feature stories, beginning with our Reformation cover story by Dr. Robert A. Kolb and Dr. Charles P. Arand.

Lutheran Witness: May 2008

The month of May covers a lot of ground by closing the door on spring and opening the door to summer. In this issue of The Lutheran Witness, we also cover a lot of ground.

Lutheran Witness: April 2008

Many of us retain a Norman Rockwell-like image of smalltown America as a bulwark of wholesome values and the Christian faith, in our case, the Lutheran Christian faith.

Lutheran Witness: March 2008

This month our focus is twofold: (1) our Concordia University System and (2) the work of LCMS World Relief and Human Care here at home and abroad.

Lutheran Witness: February 2008

Because of Christ Jesus and what He did for us, God forgives our sins, which makes it not only our duty, but our privilege, to forgive and reconcile with those who sin against us. Read more in this issue of The Lutheran Witness

Lutheran Witness: January 2008

You have in your hands a very special issue of The Lutheran Witness. Its focus is on people and institutions of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod bringing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a world that needs so very much to hear God’s Good News.

Lutheran Witness: December 2007

We all enjoy receiving cards and letters at Christmas. Whether from family far away or friends across town, they remind us of the relationships with which we have been blessed. Often, even in this aggressively secular age, those same cards and letters remind us of the great gift our heavenly Father gave us that first Christmas long ago in Bethlehem.

Lutheran Witness: November 2007

By the time this issue of The Lutheran Witness arrives on your doorstep, many of us will have been thoroughly inundated by all the relentlessly commercial manifestations of the coming Christmastide.

Lutheran Witness: October 2007

In human terms, 500 years is a long time. The world in which Luther lived half a millennium ago seems distant and hazy when we compare it to the life we lead today.

Lutheran Witness: September 2007

magazine, is for laypeople, while Reporter, our monthly newspaper, is for professional church workers and congregational lay leaders. This principle has served us well

Lutheran Witness: August 2007

With this issue, we salute and say goodbye to Mr. Don
Folkemer, managing editor of The Lutheran Witness
for the past eight years. Under Don, who retired
July 31st, the Witness held its own during a tough time for denominational magazines, whose circulations across the board have been falling for many years.

Lutheran Witness: June/July 2007

Missouri Synod, a constant challenge is trying to stay in touch with everyone to some degree. This isn’t easy to do. There are 2.5 million of us in some 900,000 households attending 6,150 congregations in 35 districts from Maine to Hawaii.

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