Sharing the Message of Lutherans For Life article list

This sermon is going to be about life. People have a variety of reactions when they hear that.

It was as if the journalist from Reuters News Service was speaking directly to me. “What’s your plan,” he pointedly and bluntly asked, “for parenting and educating all the unwanted children you people want to bring into the world? Who will pay...

How did the universe begin? Creation? Evolution? How about theistic evolution? What should we believe? How do we know which is true? Does it really even matter? Why does Lutherans For Life (LFL) care about creation?

We believe, as God says, “Marriage should be honored by all” (Hebrews 13:4). May God give us the faith, wisdom, and courage to bring honor to this great blessing from Him.

It was not the kind of telephone request that any pastor wishes to receive. But to a young pastor, fairly new in the ministry, it seemed to present an even greater challenge ...

The writer of Ecclesiastes said that there is a time to be silent and a time to speak. What divine wisdom!

Someone once said, “If you don’t have anything to say, don’t prove it by talking!” That can be good advice! Sometimes, as we read in Ecclesiastes, there is a time to be silent! But if you do have something to say—something wonderful, something...

“Yeah, but abortion is a political issue, and we shouldn’t be talking about it in the church.”

What is it like to live under the Cross? There is a common misconception that if you are a Christian, things ought to go better for you in life than if you were not.