We’ve heard it all before…how we should have an attitude of gratitude. And we should, but…frankly, some days we are more prone to having a BADttitude. So, what actually is a BADttitude? It’s being cross, cranky, grumpy and unable – or unwilling – to put the best construction on anything. It’s having a bad day.
A friend asked me the question, “Do Lutherans give up something for Lent?” My answer was well, somewhat vague, a classic, “No…well, yes…well, it depends.” "I have decided upon a different approach this year. I am making Lent a season of giving." From the perspective of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, "giving something up for Lent" is
As Christians, we are Easter people. Everything we do is viewed through the lens of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, the center of all human history. This miraculous life-changing event informs all of our major decisions. Jesus conquered death - and cancelled out our sins - this should be inspiration and comfort for all we