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Revival Babies Are Coming?

Revival Babies Are Coming?

Your browser does not support the HTML 5 audio tag. Click Here to Download this episode Program segments: • Matt Sorger’s Marian Vision • Cindy Jacob’s 2014 Double Portion "Prophecy" • T.D. Jakes Makes Palm Sunday About You • Brilliant…

Church news: Evangelization missing the mark?

Michael Hannon writes as a Roman Catholic and expresses concerns about the New Evangelization that is being undertaken.  However, his words have much to say to Lutherans as we engage the task of proclaiming Christ in a post-Christian world. Hannon comments: From my admittedly limited vantage point, the gravest dangers for us seem to be not legalism but antinomianism, not intellectualism but sentimentalism, not scrupulosity but laxity, not despair but presumption, not all-out retreat but all-out assimilation, not pharisaic ritualism but anti-liturgical iconoclasm, not missionary timidity but evangelical over-hastiness, not self-referentialism but self-forgetfulness (and not the good kind), not stifling uniformity but disjointed miscellany, not clericalism but, for lack of a better word, laicism.. . . Read All

Old Lutheran Quote of the Day

If we now have Christ as a gift through faith, we should go forward and do as He does for us. We should imitate Him in our whole life and in all our suffering. That is the way St. Peter presents this here—Martin Luther, on 1 Peter 4:3 . . Read All

Patristic Quote of the Day

All sinners are begotten of the devil, as sinners. Adam was made by God: but when he consented to the devil, he was begotten of the devil; and he begot all men such as he was himself. With lust itself we were born; even before we add our sins, from that condemnation we have our birth. For if we are born without any sin, wherefore this running with infants to baptism that they may be released? —St. Augustine, Homily on 1 John 3. . . Read All

Final Details on the Two Regional Conferences Supported by BJS, by Pr. Rossow

We are taking a break from our national conference this year and helping to underwrite two regional conferences. One is next week in Corpus Christi, Texas and the other is the following week in Fairview Heights, Illinois, across the river from St. Louis. We are pleased that these conferences are featuring BJS writers The Rev. Dr. Matt Richard and the Director of Lutherans in Africa, our BJS mission emphasis, The Rev. James May. Here are the details. Corpus Christi, Texas “What’s Going on with Lutherans in Africa?” The Rev. James May, Director – Lutherans in Africa Trinity Lutheran Church 808 Louisiana Ave (361) 884-4041 Saturday, February 15 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM Lights snacks and coffee Sponsor: Coastal Bend . . . Read All
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