It was a typical Friday morning at Immanuel Lutheran School in East Dundee, Illinois.
Yet sinister forces remain in action around us. They keep recommending death as the best solution for disappointment.
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.
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.
Subsets of humans have been marginalized throughout human existence, but despite all the efforts for personal freedoms, there is still a group being marginalized, being made to feel less than human, and it’s happening in legislatures all over the ...
"I’m hiding.” “You can’t see me.” The toddler’s cuteness tickles us when she closes or covers her eyes and suddenly becomes absent or invisible.
They can be complicated, confusing, controversial, and uncomfortable. I’m talking about those things we typically address on a Sanctity of Life Sunday—the life issues.
At just 24 weeks and zero days pregnant, the doctor gave me news that blew me away.
No, the Bible is not a biology textbook. It is God’s revelation of Himself in Jesus Christ and the story of our salvation by grace and through faith in Him. God, however, does know about biology.
Any who have helped work a Lutherans For Life or other life-affirming display booth can feel the excitement—especially if your display includes the Touch of Life fetal models.