Wednesday of the Third Week of Easter

Cling to Jesus’ Word of pardon as if your life depends upon it—because it does.

Thursday of Easter Week

Trusting in God above all things isn't always easy, but it is essential for the Christian.

The Gift of Stuff

We may never find out what happened to Rev. Cwirla's yellow Schwinn bicycle but by the time you finish this article, you'll definitely have a better understanding of the Seventh Commandment.

The Gift of One Flesh

Infidelity is just the fruit of breaking this commandment, explains Rev. Cwirla, as he lays out what is at stake when we despise the gift of one flesh.

The Fifth Commandment: The Gift of Life

As Rev. Cwirla explains, what makes this commandment so compelling is that it is undergirded by a love for life and a need to preserve it in every sense because that is what Jesus has done for us.

Catechism: The Fourth Commandment

This first commandment with a promise reflects how our God of order loves us and wants what's best for us in this life. Although we struggle with and may even rebel against those authorities He [...]

Wednesday of Septuagesima

Whatever Jesus does to keep the Law is put on you in your baptism to become YOUR keeping of the Law. In Christ, His perfection is yours. His sinlessness is yours. Your sins are His. He takes what [...]

Catechism: The Third Commandment

So how is the Sabbath made holy? It's far more than observing a day of rest from work, it's about a person: Jesus Christ, and the rest we find in Him and in His restful Word.

Your Post-Confirmation Life

Yes, there is life after Confirmation. After all, that's the whole purpose of equip you for your life as a child of God! Rev. Buetow will show you how invaluable what you [...]

February 19, 2014 – Wednesday of Septuagesima

You’re already raised to a new life, one where you call upon Him in every trouble, pray, praise and give thanks.