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If you’re in the St. Louis area, join Dr. Alvin J. Schmidt, author of The American Muhammad (St. Louis: Concordia, 2013), as he presents a lecture entitled “Christianity Once Turned the World Upside Down: Is It Still True?” on February 7. The lecture is free to the public and will take place at Village Lutheran(...)

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It’s a new year, which means there’s a new Professional and Academic Book Catalog with lots of great new products. Since we like to celebrate new things with giveaways, we’d like to offer one lucky winner the book of his/her choice from our 2015 Professional and Academic Book Catalog. If you haven’t received your copy(...)

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In honor of National Lutheran Schools’ week, we’ve posted below an excerpt from Thomas Korcok’s  Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future. In his endorsement of this book, Gene Edward Veith, Provost and Professor of Literature at Patrick Henry College, said: “In this eye-opening history of Lutheran education from its beginnings through the 19th century,(...)

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As we celebrate National Lutheran Schools Week this week, we encourage you to pray for our Lutheran schools, their students, and their teachers: Jesus, Savior and Good Shepherd, who has given Your life to save us, You have directed us to feed and tend Your lambs and sheep. Bless our Lutheran schools. Strengthen, equip, and encourage(...)

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Because the Church commemorates St. Timothy, pastor and confessor, on January 24, we are posting today an excerpt from Preaching is Worship. Preaching is arguably the most important work of the Christian pastor. Multiple contexts surround the sermon and impact the sermon, even when the preacher is unaware of them. Homileticians may identify as many(...)

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