Most important, readers will be reminded of Christ and Him crucified for the sins of the world.
The fastest-growing religious group in the United States is those who, when asked about their religious preference, mark “none.”
Ascension Day is an oft-forgotten feast, but its restoration in the life of the congregation will serve God’s people well.
The February issue of The Lutheran Witness explores the teachings of various world religions and contrasts them with the one true faith.
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.
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 May issue addresses the temptation to seek after worldly things ahead of the kingdom of God.
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 issue explains how to keep Christ at the center of the wedding day and how Christ cares for His Bride, the church.
Included in January is a theological explanation of the different teachings about grace, a reflection on how we are to graciously forgive one another, and a reminder that the God whose grace saves us invites us to pray.
The May issue offers readers an in-depth look at what Scripture and Lutheran theology say about the Third Person of the Trinity.
The March issue of The Lutheran Witness explores the theme “Life Together, Set Apart.”