The January issue of The Lutheran Witness walks readers through the worship service of the Lutheran church.
The December issue of The Lutheran Witness considers how children bless us and how we might bless them.
The October issue of The Lutheran Witness takes up difficult teachings of the Bible.
The issue explores both the promise and limits of archaeology in the apologetic task.
The August issue of The Lutheran Witness discusses ancient heresies such as Arianism and Eutychianism as well as modern heresies such as the Prosperity Gospel or Moralistic Therapeutic Deism.
Most important, readers will be reminded of Christ and Him crucified for the sins of the world.
The seven marks of the church help identify faithful Lutheran churches around the world.
The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ guide and direct the entire life of the Christian.
The fastest-growing religious group in the United States is those who, when asked about their religious preference, mark “none.”
The issue includes the story of the Rev. Michael Kasting’s journey navigating the fatigue and challenges of caring for his wife, Sue, after her diagnosis with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
The January issue offers a broad array of articles to help you and your congregation think about pro-life opportunities.
The December issue of The Lutheran Witness explores how Lutheran anthropology informs and directs our lives here and in the life to come.
The November issue of ‘The Lutheran Witness’ will help you understand what God’s Word says about eternal life.