“I forgive you,” must be said and it must be said often in a marriage.
Luther's Counsel for the Worried and Anxious
Today’s advice for the anxious and worried would have likely horrified Luther.
The Groan of All Creation
This blog is a part of our Advent series on the hope we find in, through and given by Christ. Each week’s installment will look at hope from a different perspective with special emphasis on corresponding passages of Scripture.
Reformation Day: 501 Years Later
While 500 years is certainly something to be celebrated, to always focus on the anniversary number could run the risk of forgetting the true meaning behind the reason we remember the Reformation as an important period in the history of the Christian church.
Theses 5-6: The Deadly Sin in All of Us
This is the third installment in our special series on Luther’s Heidelberg Disputation. Translation of Theses 5 and 6 by Caleb Keith.
Ideology, Theology, and Women Without Tattoos
You may have seen the uproar from a recent blog post suggesting that virgins who forego college, learn to cook big meals and abstain from tattoos make more desirable wives.
Christ’s Third Word From the Cross: “…Today You Will Be With Me in Paradise.”
Through this promise, God does not let us escape death because in and through Jesus He overcame death.
When Best Intentions Aren't Good Enough
His forgiveness gives us the courage to watch out for our neighbor in both the present and the future, and to act with wisdom while understanding failures are still ahead.
Considering The Lilies
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been anxious about something. I can still feel the weight of worry from my earliest fears - believing every night I would get sucked down the pipes along with dirty, draining bath water.