Angela Denker, the author of "Red State Christians," offers some concrete suggestions for addressing issues around Christianity and nationalism.
New projections forecast just 16,000 in worship across the entire ELCA by 2041. Why is this happening and what can be done?
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.
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.
This breakthrough practice is for anyone in your neighborhood to come together and share an experience around art.
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.
Watch Mary Hess’ Boston College Presentation: “Finding Faith in the Maelstrom – Storytelling as a Source of Hope”
"We know who we are in relation to God in large measure by the stories we share."
In part one of a two-part series, Pastor Larry Strenge shares the first of three mindset shifts he sees as being necessary for cultivating generosity.
This breakthrough practice helps you build community, show support for your neighbors, and experience God’s presence in daily life.
Immigration is a top-of-mind issue in the U.S. and around the globe. What effect does it have on our faith lives? And in what ways are immigration issues addressed in the Bible? Learn more.
This breakthrough practice helps you deepen relationships with your neighbors by listening to their spiritual stories.
This breakthrough practice helps you discern where the Holy Spirit is at work in your neighborhood--just by sitting and observing.
A new Study on Congregations' Economic Practices is being called "the largest and most comprehensive nationally representative study on money and congregations in over a generation."
Try creating a neighborhood prayer station as a simple and effective way of connecting with your community.