Don’t Put Faith in Your Doubt

“Question everything,” my generation has been told. To many millennials, doubting any information passed down to us comes as second nature. […]
October 16, 2017 by Kelsi Klembara

Piercing Evangelism

In a recent movie on Emily Dickinson, I was reminded of the vast difference between the faith of the Lutheran […]

Taking Ground

On the evening of May 24th, 1539 Martin Luther stood before a crowd at the Castle Pleissenburg, Leipzig. The following […]

The Aim And Goal of The Law

Love God and love your neighbor. That’s the whole law in a nutshell. The aim and goal of all laws […]

God’s Final Sentence and Judgment

All Scripture points to the suffering of Christ Jesus. As Jesus says (Luke 24:46-47), Scripture holds up a picture of […]
September 19, 2017 by Donavon Riley

Not The What, But The Who…

It isn’t “what” Christians confess, but “Who” we confess that makes all the difference. What distinguishes Christians from other religions […]

What the Christian Life Looks Like

It’s a phrase that is constantly thrown around. From several online conversations it seems that, well, Paul wasn’t afraid to […]

Extra Nos (Outside Ourselves)

The pillars of the Reformation are Latin phrases called the solas. These are Sola Scriptura (Scripture alone), Sola Gratia (grace […]

Not An Arbitrary and Capricious God

Odin, All Father of the Aesir, is an arbitrary and capricious god. Worshippers offer their sacrifices to him in the […]
August 08, 2017 by Donavon Riley

When Jesus Stands Center Stage

When God points to Christ and His gifts we more often than not prefer to suck the divine thumb than […]
August 01, 2017 by Donavon Riley