Even if only five people show up on a sleety Christmas Eve, open the doors. Light candles. Sing. Read Scripture. Preach the Word.
Here is a book for whole-life discipleship, giving guidance to Christians on how they are to believe and live mercifully for others, telling them about Christ, and offering wisdom for their various vocations.
This month’s issue addresses a variety of topics relating to Advent and Christmas, with a special focus on Mary’s place in history and Lutheran theology.
Merry Christmas to you and yours from The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod. May Christ dwell in you richly this season.
But the billboards posted by the American Atheists group prompt a local church to purchase a pro-Christmas ad of their own.
A child’s memory of an enchanting Christmas scene, the beauty of a choir’s song and the celebration of our Savior.
White Christmas, Let It Snow and I’ll Be Home for Christmas are among the Christmas songs written by Jews. Why didn’t they write any similarly iconic songs for Hanukkah?
This edition starts with articles about Advent and also addresses topics such as how the Christian keeps Christ in Christmas.
The lighted display shows three Wise Men and their camels, and a shepherd and sheep, making their way toward Baby Jesus in Bethlehem.
The message from LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison also is available as a free, downloadable bulletin insert.