The December issue of LW highlights how the canticles teach us about Christ and why the church continues to use them to keep us mindful of the most important Christmas gift all year long.
After a yearlong printing hiatus, the magazine will arrive in mailboxes once again in November.
The November issue includes such topics as advice from Martin Luther on how to comfort those who mourn and guidance from C.F.W. Walther on the relationship between church and state.
The report follows several requests, in recent years, for the CTCR to address the question of whether or to what extent LCMS clergy should continue to serve as agents of the state in officiating marriages and signing civil marriage licenses.
The October issue of The Lutheran Witness offers a “Reader’s Guide to the Book of Concord, in honor of Paul McCain.”
This article is the second in a series observing Hispanic Heritage Month.
The September issue of The Lutheran Witness explores the Lutheran funeral in depth.
National Suicide Prevention Week is Sept. 5–11, and World Suicide Prevention Day is Sept. 10.
In the August issue of LW, the Rev. Dr. James Baneck, executive director of the LCMS Office of Pastoral Education, explains why and how the Church Worker Recruitment Initiative will be vital to the work of the LCMS.
The Biblical Charities Continuing Education, which promotes applied mercy-education in connection with The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, sponsored a roundtable discussion on “Caring for the Homeless with the Theology of the Cross.”
The guide is a collaborative project of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, Lutheran Church—Canada and the North American Lutheran Church.
The combined Spring/Summer 2021 issue of ‘Lutherans Engage the World’ shows Lutherans continuing to love and serve their neighbors in new and nimble ways.
The June/July issue of The Lutheran Witness explores what it means to be “the one, holy Christian and apostolic Church.”
The May issue addresses the temptation to seek after worldly things ahead of the kingdom of God.
All four Gospels tell the story of Jesus’ life, suffering, death and resurrection in a unique way, to a unique audience.
The March issue of The Lutheran Witness examines superstitions and superstitious practices and beliefs.