Lutheran Witness

The Lutheran Witness provides readings of all the articles posted on LW website, witness.lcms.org. The Lutheran Witness is an official periodical of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (Visit lcms.org to learn more). Subscribe to the print edition of LW at cph.org/witness. For additional stories and articles that help you interpret the world from a Lutheran perspective, visit the LW website. 

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The Lutheran Witness Podcast: The Sewage Next Door

Even if our sin-soaked shortsightedness lands us in a crumbling mansion by the sewage plant, He will not leave us there.

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: Blessed Are You When Others Revile You

This new wave of vandalism did not spare Christian monuments. Across the country, statues of Jesus, the Virgin Mary and various saints — not on public land but on church property — have been defaced by graffiti, torn down or decapitated.

The Coffee Hour – Religion and Politics: August Lutheran Witness

Andy and Sarah talk with Rev. Roy Askins, Managing Editor of the Lutheran Witness.

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: Two More Religious Liberty Rulings

The Supreme Court is recognizing that religious liberty applies both to religious institutions and to individuals who hold particular religious beliefs.

The Coffee Hour – Searching the Scriptures: August Lutheran Witness

Andy and Sarah talk with Rev. Weslie Odom, pastor of Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church in Arlington, Texas.

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: Staying Whole in Christ

You aren’t alone in this struggle. It’s not possible to be alone in Christ.

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: ‘Co-Parenting’: Strangers Having and Raising Kids Together

A woman and a man who are strangers to each other agree to have a child together.

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: Prospects for a Coronavirus Awakening?

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. 

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: Mulch while the Sun Shines

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.

The Coffee Hour – Our Whole Future Wholly in His Hands

Andy talks with Rev. Dr. Adam Koontz, assistant professor of exegetical theology at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana.