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Let It Be Done

“If I knew the world was to end tomorrow, I would still plant an apple tree today.” This memorable quotation is often attributed to Martin Luther.

The Driver’s Seat

God is near. God is “very present” (Psalm 46:1). God is sitting in the driver’s seat of creation. This is what Lutherans believe.

Touch Me and See: VR and the Reality of Jesus

Everywhere it went, the Early Church confronted heresy. As the Good News of Jesus spread throughout the Roman Empire, false accounts of Jesus arose.

Artificial Intelligence

Is knowledge a power for good? Or is it a power for ill? That’s where it gets messy.

The Internet of Things

Before there was a global system of interconnected computers, God made a global network of people connected in Christ Jesus.

Facial Recognition and the Face of God

Seeing God is one thing. Seeing God’s face is something entirely different.

Our Problems; God’s Answers

Churchly Challenges and God’s Work

Over the last few months, we have talked about problems that afflict us — half-heartedness, slackness, falsehoods, fragmentation, failure to preach the Gospel.

With a Whole Heart

You can tell when someone does something halfheartedly. They lack drive, interest; sometimes they emit an audible sigh. No go, no push, no effort.

Pressing Ahead

Christianity has never been a spectator sport. A spectator watches other athletes run, struggle, fall, triumph.

Wholesome Food

You are what you eat. If you want to lose weight, you can exercise more, get more sleep, get outside more. You can change lots …

Staying Whole in Christ

“I feel like I’m being pulled in a million different directions.” That could describe how you feel at work, how your free time feels, what a family gathering is like for you, what all of life feels like for you right now.

Waking Up in America

We know people were hungry for the bread of life in the past because they pursued Him into the desert to hear His words, and in our own past we have seen and known amazing things: people building their church and their school before they built their sod houses on the Great Plains, pastors traveling enormous distances on horseback and on foot to lonely settlements to bring the Gospel, churches popping up in the most crowded cities and the most uncrowded prairies.

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