The March issue of The Lutheran Witness examines superstitions and superstitious practices and beliefs.
The February issue urges readers to return to the Word of God, especially at home.
Chastity is not simply about “waiting for marriage,” but about the entire life of the believer.
The December issue of ‘The Lutheran Witness’ explores how the Old Testament portrays and points to the Second Person of the Trinity, the eternally begotten Son of God.
The November issue takes up the discussion of the Lord’s Supper, fellowship and closed Communion.
The Fall 2020 issue is now available.
St. Paul’s letter provides the key, not only to the Reformation, but to the entirety of the Christian life.
The refreshed LW site is more user-friendly and accessible.
The issue studies the intersection of faith and politics.
Read updates about how LCMS missionaries, military chaplains, pastors and congregations are navigating quarantines and lockdowns.
The Addendum is titled, “One little word can fell him: Ten reasons to question whether ‘online Communion’ is ‘truly good, right and salutary.’”
The issue begins to ask questions about what the church has learned about how it can continue to witness during government shutdowns.
The measures grew out of Resolution 6-01, passed at the 2019 LCMS convention in Tampa, Fla.
The issue explains how to keep Christ at the center of the wedding day and how Christ cares for His Bride, the church.
The Rev. Dr. Hans-Jörg Voigt recalls a visit from LCMS President Rev. Dr. John William Behnken soon after the end of World War II and the kindness of Lutherans from America and England.
Ceylon Evangelical Lutheran Publishing House has announced the release of downloadable, online versions of Luther’s Small Catechism in multiple languages.