About a year ago my family decided to raise a few sheep for fun and to teach our kids more about God’s creation.
Easter changes everything. It even answers the question of transgenderism.
LCMS Worship is pleased to present an Easter Vigil coloring book featuring Jessie Bell and art Edward Riojas.
The May issue of The Lutheran Witness discusses Christ’s Ascension: its theological import, its celebration and its meaning for Christians.
The disciples became sorrowful over Jesus’ impending departure, and yet, His departure was necessary.
Here are some ideas for recovering the feast of Ascension within our congregations.
There is no meal I look forward to as much as our annual Easter feast. My enjoyment of other festive meals always pales in comparison to Easter dinner.
In the end, no matter how hard you work to avoid it, death towers over you and remorselessly says, “I win. I always do.” And what are you to say?
Christ alone. It seems so simple, so elementary. Every Lutheran knows and believes that, don’t they? And yet … how often do we forget?
It is the bedrock teaching of the New Testament that Christ is the first one raised, and we too shall be raised from the dead at the Last Day.
Though the Gospel we preach may be “a stumbling block to Jews and folly to Gentiles,” God’s beloved children are no fools. We know what really happened on Easter.
What joy is ours as resurrection people to participate is Christ’s own great mission of seeking, finding and saving the lost!