“What is truth?” Jesus is Truth, and so Jesus stands at the heart of this (and every) issue of The Lutheran Witness.
The February issue takes up the topic of mental illness from a Lutheran perspective.
The world’s religions are not all different paths to the same God.
“Male and female he created them,” the Scripture says. And in that creation, God ordered the relation of the man and the woman, of Adam and Eve.
The January issue of The Lutheran Witness reflects on God’s design for the relationship between men and women, which culminates in marriage, a reflection of God’s redeeming work for His children.
The Christian church has now taken up Simeon’s song as her own, and rightly so. For, as with Simeon, we have also seen and rejoice in the salvation of our God.
This issue contains a tool kit to help you read the Book of Concord, the faithful confessions of the Lutheran church for all time.
A Christian funeral is a great and final confession. This issue of The Lutheran Witness will help you think about planning your own.
This month’s issue begins with an introduction to the Church Worker Recruitment Initiative. In the rest of the issue, LCMS professional church workers answer the questions they most commonly receive in their service to Christ’s church.
We’re talking about your church family, the people of God. In this family, you gather to receive from Jesus what only He can give: Himself in Word and Sacrament.
As a composer uses harmonizing strains to form one grand piece of music, so also the Gospels create a full picture of Jesus Christ.
Whether superstition or false belief, let’s repent and turn to the Lord. We fear, love and trust in Him above all things. And He provides as He has promised and in accordance with His will.