Just for election day, here’s a reposting from May 2010. Has a Lutheran ever served as president? The answer is more controversial than you might think. Prior to the Constitution, which established our system of government, there was […]
The Biblical Wheat Experiment by Brenda Ervin Very truly, I tell you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.” These […]
We’re just putting the final touches on the Fall 2010 issue. Until it arrives, here’s a taste of what we’re serving “Dream Team” by Richard Bauman. DREAM TEAM By Richard Bauman Every football fan envisions an undefeated season […]
The long and storied history of Lutherans in the US begins over 300 years ago. Here are four of the oldest congregations still active today. Click on the church name to read more of their interesting history. Zion […]