The saints and the Reformation

The saints and the Reformation

What did we lose by our rejection of special feast days?

Read More
A call to walk the talk

A call to us to walk the talk

The hypocrisy Jesus is referring to matters; it matters a lot.

Read More
Breaking barriers of fear

Breaking barriers of fear

A Pennsylvania worship service responds to the Ebola threat.

Read More
Theology of the pumpkin patch

Theology of the pumpkin patch

What do the pumpkins tell us about God and God’s community?

Read More
Divine foolishness

Spruce up our spiritual house

As a church we need to engage in basic spiritual practices.

Read More
A sign of welcome

It is a sign of welcome

It speaks of God’s love, in both traditional and new ways.

Read More
The work of being religious

The work of being religious

Loving God is tightly bound to loving our neighborly enemies.

Read More
A lesson in giving

An emotional lesson in giving

In Zimbabwe – from limited resources, much is offered.

Read More
PreviousNext

Blogs

Posts by ELCA members offering a variety of viewpoints and opinions.

Keeping the spirit of the Reformation alive

Keeping the spirit of the Reformation alive

While most remembered for a simple piece of paper attached to an ordinary door, Luther's enduring message was that the ordinary parts of people's everyday lives are pleasing to God and become sacred when we share our truest selves in community.

Continue Reading
On frogs and such

On frogs and such

When I was in college I got a poison dart frog tattoo. I got it to remind myself that I may be tiny, but I am strong and I am OK and I am made by God.

Continue Reading

Select a Topic