Lutheran Spokesman

"…the Scriptures cannot be broken." John 10:35

Subscribe
1 2

Archives From - April,2011

“Not to us, O Lord, not to us, but to Your name be the glory, because of Your love and faithfulness.”   Psalm 115:1

Fifty Years of God’s Grace

A “committee” of Messiah members contributed to this report. We thank them! – Editor In December, 1960, God led members of Pinehurst and Ascension Lutheran congregations to Read More

April 11-16

Written by
Post Date: April, 2011
Post Categories: The Bread of Life
Post Tags:
11 Psalm 69:6-21 -THL 173 Thanks, Jesus, for Your integrity and devotion! 12 Luke 23:1-12 -THL 326 We share in degree and in Read More

April 18-24

Written by
Post Date: April, 2011
Post Categories: The Bread of Life
Post Tags:
18 Hebrews 8:8-12 -THL 371 Which contract with God would you prefer? 19 John 6:32-35 - THL 277 Picture language: Jesus sustains Read More

April 2011 – Photo Gallery

Written by
Post Date: April, 2011
Post Categories: Photos
Post Tags:
[nggallery id=6] Read More

April 25- 30

Written by
Post Date: April, 2011
Post Categories: The Bread of Life
Post Tags:
25 Mark 16:1-8 -THL 198 Jesus/Easter has turned the world right-side up. 26 Matthew 28:1-15 -THL 203 Angel truth trumps human Read More

April 4- 9

Written by
Post Date: April, 2011
Post Categories: The Bread of Life
Post Tags:
4 Psalm 42 - THL 150 Let us daily cross-examine our hearts. 5 Mark 14:43-50- THL 604 When will Judas meet Jesus again? 6 Read More

Christian Apologetics

Written by
Post Date: April, 2011
Post Categories: Christian Apologetics
Post Tags:
“But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you...” 1 Peter 3:15

What it is and is not

The word apologetics comes from the Greek word apologia which means defense. Just as the Lutheran Reformers wrote the Apology to the Augsburg Read More

A Christian Perspective

With regard to the January 8 Tucson tragedy we find it interesting that the nation—from the President on down—pretty much stopped in its tracks for a couple weeks to mark and decry the act of a deranged individual who killed six people and injured another fifteen or so, including an Arizona Read More

Easter Joy and Peace

Written by
Post Date: April, 2011
Post Categories: Church Year
Post Tags: , ,
As we sing our “Hallelujahs” on Easter morning, we will be rejoicing with genuine joy from our hearts. We may think that feeling such a joy is only natural on the anniversary of the resurrection of our dear Lord Jesus. However, as we read the accounts of that first resurrection morning, we are reminded that the joy and peace of believing is Read More
* From the editor — Editor Note on Christian Apologetics by Jamie Arndt Mr. James Arndt, a graduate of Immanuel Lutheran College, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, taught for some years in our Christian Day Schools. He and his wife Rachel with their children Caleb and Audrey reside in Read More