LCMS Communications seeks applicants for the position of managing editor.
At the heart of the issue is a “Meet the Candidates” section that includes an in-depth Q&A in which each of the candidates shares his perspective on key issues and challenges facing the LCMS.
Here are all the ways to stay informed about the 67th Regular Convention of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, set for July 20–25 in Tampa, Fla.
The May issue offers readers an in-depth look at what Scripture and Lutheran theology say about the Third Person of the Trinity.
The Lent/Easter issue features a walk through St. Matthew’s account of the Passion and an in-depth examination of “apologetics under the cross.”
The March issue of The Lutheran Witness explores the theme “Life Together, Set Apart.”
The issue explores how Lutherans show God’s love by working to meet the physical and spiritual needs of those around them.
The Epiphany issue, “Light for All Nations,” examines a range of topics relating to missions and evangelism.
Among other topics, the issue considers how Christians’ observance of Christmas may sometimes serve to distract rather than enrich their celebration of Christ’s birth.
The October issue of The Lutheran Witness examines topics relating to ministry and mental health.
In its June/July issue, The Lutheran Witness digs deeper into the Bible’s vision of what it means to be a “man after God’s own heart.”
The May 2018 edition of “The Lutheran Witness” includes an overview of Lutheran K-12 education in America by Heather Smith and contributions from well-known voices including the Rev. A. Trevor Sutton, the Rev. Dr. Peter Scaer and Adriane Heins, former LW managing editor.
Readers can join with all the saints in heaven and on earth as they travel through time and across space to celebrate Christ’s resurrection.
The issue also features a conversation with LCMS Black Ministry Director Rev. Dr. Roosevelt Gray.