At the dawn of a new decade (yes, I know there is an argument for the decade starting in 2021—so we may be a year early for some!), I’ve been reflecting on all that’s changed for Luther Seminary over the
Elaine Johnson invites her congregation, Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, to invest in the community of people who benefit from giving, whether that comes around through family, children, and spirituality. In this Faith + Lead blog, readers are encouraged to reflect on our investments.
Have you ever wondered where the Kingdom of Heaven is located? Eric Barreto shares insight that this is not just about Heaven, it is not just a place controlled by a royal official, and it is not completely focused on the future.
The Book of Psalms is perhaps the most cherished book in the Old Testament. In this lively volume, two experienced teachers invite students to read and explore the Psalter and roam widely among its poems. The book introduces the dynamics of the biblical text, helping students become
In the northern hemisphere, Christmas arrives in the depths of winter—when the days are short and the nights are long. If you’re like me, you often arise in darkness, go to work in darkness, and return home in darkness; there are times it feels as if you might never again
Many congregations have recently completed fall fund campaigns, but how does stewardship extend beyond the bottom line? Catherine Malotky, grant and project manager for the Center for Stewardship Leaders at Luther Seminary, explores how to focus on multiple areas of congregational wellness in her recent post on the Faith+Lead blog.