Racism grounds the identity and security of human life not in the God who alone is our Creator, Redeemer, and Sanctifier, but in self. Racism is a sin against the First Commandment because it fails to receive other human beings as gifts from God.
‘Mission Field: USA’ partners with the LCMS Southeastern District to bring Christ’s Gospel to Baltimore
As part of ‘Mission Field: Baltimore,’ the Rev. Martin and Kathy Schultheis will serve the community of Sandtown-Winchester.
‘Partners in Hope’: Schave speaks at D.C. seminar on addiction and joblessness
The event, held March 27-28, was hosted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the National League of Cities.
CTCR Bible study: ‘Immigrants Among Us: A Lutheran Framework for Addressing Immigration Issues’
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Commission on Theology and Church Relations (CTCR) has prepared a Bible study titled “Immigrants Among Us: A Lutheran Framework for Addressing Immigration Issues” to complement a 2012 CTCR report of the same name.
Got questions? August ‘Lutheran Witness’ has answers
Even stalwart Christians have questions about the faith — big queries about salvation, death and life, ethics and the Scriptures.
“Faith, Hope and Love: A Threefold Response to 13 Reasons Why”
Provides a timely theological response and reflection for teenagers, young adults and grown adults.
KFUO Audio: 2017 Life Conference Preview
The 2017 LCMS Life Conference is Jan. 27-29 in Arlington, Va., and four of the speakers were on KFUO to talk about the importance of discussing life issues.
KFUO Audio: The Whole Family Matters
Bethesda Lutheran Communities’ Mona Fuerstenau says it’s important to involve the whole family of a person with a disability in the journey through life.
A prayer for peace in our nation
O Lord, grant justice in Your left-hand kingdom, especially in the governments of this nation and of all the earth. Correct wrong. Punish and thwart evil, and especially racist evil.