1. Rod Rosenbladt, the encourager of all things good, true, and beautiful and a tireless warrior for Jesus and the Gospel message, finally rests at the marriage feast of the lamb.
  2. A truly Lenten mindset sees the season as preparatory for the resurrection life of Easter as opposed to the mortification of Good Friday.
  3. The more I got to know Dr. Rosenbladt, the more I saw that he wasn’t a man divided.
  4. He was rooted in his own tradition but gracious with others when they wanted to learn about his faith or their own.
  5. Anyone could tell he enjoyed teaching theology and loved his students.
  6. One way or another, Rod always found a way to bring whatever story he was telling back to the gospel and God's grace in Christ.
  7. In a world—and even a church—full of distractions, thank God for Rod Rosenbladt. He pointed us to Jesus and Jesus alone.
  8. My goal here isn’t to selfishly reflect on all the reasons I will miss Rod because I know that if you are reading this, you may miss this man, too.
  9. A “good death” and “good life” are not accomplished through personal striving but are grasped by faith in the promises of God.
  10. Amy Mantravadi shares about the importance and influlnce of Martin Chemitz in the predestination controversy.
  11. In this article Amy Mantravadi give a short but helpful summary of the differences in Lutheran and Reformed thought regarding assurance.
  12. No plot spoilers here just some really Good News