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How can we renew the church's identity and help in join God's work in the 21st century?
Angela Denker, the author of "Red State Christians," offers some concrete suggestions for addressing issues around Christianity and nationalism.
In her new book Diana Butler Bass traces her evolution from being a self-described ungrateful person to discovering the power of gratitude to change her life.
2019 was filled with great stories at Luther Faith+Lead--take a look back and enjoy twelve of our most popular.
Practice being vulnerable with your neighbors by allowing them to serve you.
A stewardship pledge is about more than just paying the pastor's salary or the church's electric bill. It's about your spiritual health and survival.
Talking together about where we see God’s presence makes us more likely to see God showing up the next time.
How did gift-giving become synonymous with Christmas? Read the final chapter of our three-part series on the history of Christmas.
Not everyone celebrated Christmas in America's early colonies. Learn more about how Christmas became established in America in part two of our three-part series on the history of Christmas.
The story of how Christmas has been celebrated in Christian history contains surprises for most of us. Read the first of our three-part series on the history of Christmas.
While our instinct for stewarding wellness tends to be for individuals, it should also apply to the congregation as a whole. Learn how to gauge your congregation's health and the actions you can take to improve it.
This breakthrough practice is for anyone in your neighborhood to come together and share an experience around art.
Training from Luther Seminary introduced faithful innovation concepts to two Wisconsin churches. Watch their story and learn more.
Robert Hay, Jr. looks at the underestimated value of giving thanks to your church members, and how an old-fashioned hand-written note can build a stronger, more authentic relationship.
Cameron Howard points to the Old Testament as a valuable resource for understanding times of change and the need for innovation.
How do you turn generosity from a thought into a behavior? In part two of his look at generosity as discipleship, Larry Strenge examines the second and third shifts in mindset he feels are needed.