Hymns do more than effect emotion or even devotion. They bear the rich, deep words of Holy Scripture — the very Gospel itself — sung right into our hearts and minds.
The Lutheran Witness celebrates saints in its October issue, “The Communion of Saints, the Forgiveness of Sins.”
The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is lived out in the life of the Christian. We live in the in-between time, the time of sorrows. But this time of sorrow is limited. It will not last forever.
The Concordia Commentary Series confesses Christ to the world.
If we keep forging ahead in life on our own, the thorns and thistles we collect will do more than just irritate. Left untreated, they will kill.
Tips for Christian parents who would like to reduce some of the non-tangible earthly junk in their households.
Just as most children find it easier to get along with their grandparents than with their siblings, we in the Church Militant find it easier to honor our fathers in the faith than the brothers who surround us.
What is the one thing the church is going to have to let go of in order to make disciples of all nations?
“I do not recall any delegate denying any biblical teaching of our Lutheran church. In this day and age, that is, frankly, amazing.”
In its September issue, The Lutheran Witness celebrates CPH’s 150 years of “steadfast and faithful” publishing.
When God’s people are not in His house receiving His gifts, it is a concern. But what can you do about it?
As new technologies emerge, Christians need to be mindful of their implications, and the ideals that lurk behind them.
Google’s algorithms have searched us. Do they know us?
Fifteen Lutheran pastors in Venezuela are braving danger and discomfort to bring Christ to their neighbors.
As our common enemies grow in strength and hostility, we must stand firm with Catholics on the ground that we share.
Christ gives us joy even in a world of sin and pain. August’s LW explores the theme “Joy:fully Lutheran.”