Why Every Teen Needs Strong Christian Friends...

July 27, 2017 | Posted by Emily Briggs

It is no secret that life can be difficult. It can be hard to get up in the morning. It can be hard to make friends. It can be hard to stay strong in your faith. How can anyone be expected to make it through life alone? According to the Bible, we’re not. God wants […]


A Physical Spirituality

March 14, 2017 | Posted by Ken Chitwood

The other day over dinner a friend of mine turned to me and asked, “Why aren’t Lutherans more physical in our spirituality?” The conversation had turned to the tangible practices of Catholics, Pentecostals, and others that generally engage their body much more in the expression of their faith than Lutherans appear to. And then someone […]


Three Vital Ways to Lead in the Age of Disbel...

October 8, 2015 | Posted by Dominic Rivkin

As of the writing of this blog there have been 2,436 ‘Likes’ and 385 ‘Shares’ of the image placed on the American Humanist Association’s Facebook page. The image is a simple fill in the blank sentence: “I first realized I was a non-believer when ____________.” “When I was told to be subservient to men.” “When […]