The Supreme Court is recognizing that religious liberty applies both to religious institutions and to individuals who hold particular religious beliefs.
Andy and Sarah talk with Rev. Weslie Odom, pastor of Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church in Arlington, Texas.
With one of the lowest rates of church attendance in Europe, Great Britain is highly secularized. But during the COVID-19 shutdown, one in four Brits tuned into an online service.
Nurtured by the Word of God and nourished by His body and blood, we find that the weeds of sin run a little less rampant in our lives.
Andy talks with Rev. Dr. Adam Koontz, assistant professor of exegetical theology at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
As we find our appliances and homes ever more connected to the world and becoming the “Internet of Things,” the Christian finds connection not through technology, but in our Lord Jesus Christ.
Hermann Sasse recognized that the church of Jesus Christ lives neither in pessimism or optimism but in hope that gives us courage to confess that our crucified and risen Lord, who remains with His church to the end.