Have you ever wondered what good it does to “like” something you read on social media? Lutheran CORE mostly posts information, such as newsletter articles, devotions, and prayers, while others Read More
I would like to tell you about two communications which I recently sent to ELCA leaders. The first one I sent to Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton. The second one I Read More
Lutheran CORE continues to provide monthly video reviews of books of interest and importance. Many thanks to Steve Shipman, NALC pastor and former director of Lutheran CORE, for his review Read More
Lutheran CORE’s Congregations in Transition ministry (CiT) was launched back in 2019 to assist Lutheran congregations who are contending with the shortage of available pastors to serve their churches. This Read More
It is always a joy when you go to a Pastors’ conference and leave with a sense of energy and enthusiasm for ministry. Over my twenty-eight years of ministry, I Read More
The life of a Christian isn’t always an easy one. Wasn’t it Jesus who said, “the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those Read More
“Just as Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses, so these men also oppose the truth, men corrupted in mind and disqualified regarding the faith” (2 Timothy 3:8). The story is of Read More
With all respect and appreciation for your firm grounding against what I call an epidemic of fluffy theology and fuzzy…
I believe we should into earlier American models of forming pastors, as well as models from Africa. Is there a…
Mike, my point is, how far is NALC willing to stray from scripture to solve a man-made problem?
Duane, I suspect you know the answer to your question. But even if not, what please is your point?
Is there a Biblical reference to Congregational Chaplain? Is it in the Augsburg Confessions? Book of Concord? Did Luther ever…