The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has joined with the Lutheran Church—Canada and the North American Lutheran Church to compile a three-year plan of daily Bible readings and a year-long series of weekly readings on Martin Luther’s approach to the Scriptures.
What encouragement do you need today? Who can you encourage?
Naming our struggles can be powerful in recognizing the face of God in our lives.
Christmas, Easter, and the Cross is for you. Christ is with you this week and every week.
My mom taught me the concept of tithing from the start of that first paper route.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod provides four devotional booklets to bring God’s comfort and peace during the coronavirus pandemic and other crisis situations.
People need the healing assurance of forgiveness God offers through His Son Jesus.
Saying, “If you want me to” to God can be scary.
There are others on this path with us. There are angels watching over us, and there are Everlasting Arms beneath us.
The Light of God still shines when living with cancer and while caring for someone with cancer.
When might you be most vulnerable spiritually as a pastor or church worker?
As prisoners of sin, we are each set free through Christ to be a prisoner of the Lord.
I bear in my body the life-giving change that happened when I was baptized — when Jesus claimed me as His own.
We often tell those in distress not to be anxious, but we quickly find out in moments of stress and trial how hard they are to apply.
The tools we use in our vocation are important. But most important are the things that we learn from Jesus.
Sometimes all it takes is one notecard to change our perspective.