Affirming life is hardly a party.
As a passionate advocate for those with disabilities, one who daily parents a young adult with a disability and works with individuals and families living with disabilities, I often hear emotional comments from the heartbroken to the callous.
The honor that children owe to their parents does not end when children become adults or when parents become grandparents.
The mentality that justifies ending the lives of infants in the womb has not stopped there. Today, those who are elderly, sick, or disabled are being viewed as burdens and at risk of becoming candidates for euthanasia.
Is it proper for a Christian to have a living will?
Proponents of assisted suicide argue that helping someone end their life is a compassionate act. In fact, many of them contend that this lethal, risky practice is consistent with the ethical teachings of the world’s great faiths, which call each ...
I don’t believe there could be a more appropriate theme than “Here We Stand”—based on Ephesians 6:13—as we step into the 500th anniversary year of the Reformation.
Stand firm in your faith. Hold your ground. Never give in to things that go against Scripture. Use your voices so your beliefs will not be stamped out due to lack of being heard.
We celebrate the same authentically apostolic Gospel that Martin Luther enthusiastically insisted on ...
Over 200 Lutherans gathered October 21-22 at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Bloomington, Minnesota, from across the United States and Canada for the 2016 Lutherans For Life National Conference. The theme: Here We Stand.