Without ever using words like “sanctification,” Austen beautifully shows us what it looks like.
Your sins are not to become your mindset or your status identification. You do not belong to them, but to Christ.
Dreher’s despair suggests that he was hoping for much more out of this world than it will give.
Rest is necessary. But as Christians, we see other people as central to our vocation, rather than obstacles to our happiness.
God never promises worldly success or wealth or fame. What He promises is far better.
Christian love is specific and sacrificial. It is meted out through the concentric circles of our vocation.
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.
The three estates frame our lives together. We live out our new lives in Christ in these three estates.
The April issue of The Lutheran Witness explores the Christian’s life in the three estates: the church, the family and the state.
Practical tips for studying the Bible at home, individually and as a family.
I am not in the habit of bowing to the earth like Abraham when guests come over for dinner, but I do like to run out my front door …
This issue provides practical tips for Christians fighting acedia, and reflects on the Christian’s calling to zeal for God’s Word and His gifts.