Category Archives: Lutheran

A Man Named Luther: A Three Part Video/Bible Study Series

Lutheran Hour Ministries has produced a video/Bible study series that recounts the life and theology of Martin Luther and his impact on the Christian church. A Man Named Martin – Part 1: The Man – Promo from Lutheran Hour Ministries … Continue reading

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“Authentic Christianity: How Lutheran Theology Speaks to a Postmodern World” — A New Book to be Released by Concordia Publishing House

The Concordia Publishing House blog released the following information about a new book that will be released on October 10. Burnt-out believers and spiritual secularists have given up any hope that an engaging and meaningful spirituality can be found in … Continue reading

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Lutheran Mission Matters — A Journal Worth Reading

The current issue of Lutheran Mission Matters presents a variety of viewpoints on contextualization. The authors include Lutheran Missionaries who served at the grassroots nationally and worldwide. They include well experienced theological educators, mission executives, area directors, practitioners and mission … Continue reading

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Worship Services for People Unable to Attend Local Sunday Service

Many people are unable to attend local Sunday services for any number of reasons, but Lutheran pastors and laity in Indiana have developed “worship for shut-ins” which is offered on a weekly basis online. Each telecast offers a new program, … Continue reading

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Lutherans for Life Provides a New Bulletin Insert for Father’s Day

A new bulletin insert, produced by Lutherans for Life, for Father’s Day is now available for shipping from Concordia Publishing House. Check out: God Smiles on Fathers.  

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The Relationship of Grace and Faith to a Person’s Salvation

Properly speaking, the Gospel is the command to believe that we have a gracious God because of Christ. ‘God sent the Son into the world, not to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him. He … Continue reading

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The Christian Confesses His Treasure Before Everybody — Martin Luther

Martin Luther said: “For once a Christian begins to know Christ as his Lord and Savior, through whom he is redeemed from death and brought into His dominion and inheritance, God completely permeates his heart. Now he is eager to … Continue reading

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Bring Lutheran Hour Ministry’s Personal Witnessing Program to Your Church

When it comes to workshops that work, MISSION U delivers. Participant interaction, story-sharing, hearing how others have grown in their faith, and gaining confidence in talking to people about God are all powerful takeaways attendees receive from their MISSION U … Continue reading

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How Long Before the Gospel Leaves Us? — Martin Luther

Commenting on Matthew 24:14,  Martin Luther writes, Before Judgment Day comes, the rule of the church and of the Christian faith must move over the whole world, just as the Lord Christ also said before in an earlier chapter that … Continue reading

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No One Can Sidestep Jesus in God’s Plan of Salvation

Georg Vicedom, in his classic work, The Mission of God: An Introduction to a Theology of Mission writes, Hence God Himself does mission work.  In His mercy He once more makes Himself the Shepherd and Messenger of His people languishing … Continue reading

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