on Friday night at the 5th Annual BJS Conference.
speak and discuss the crisis we have in catechizing our young ones (in homes, churches, and schools).
skillfully addressed the problems and honestly expressed his
own ongoing struggle to find a solution with regards to how we pass down the faith from generation to generation (especially this new generation which is being entertained to death).
Of particular note, Pr.
discussed the phrase "I've been a Lutheran all my life, but..." which is how Lutherans confess non-Lutheran teachings and criticize Lutheran doctrine More...
For the second year in a row, long-term conference attendee Rick has offered a drawing of a premium edition of the Book of Concord to attendees at the Brothers of John
the Steadfast International Conference on his blog.
Among the flood of stories going on right now at BJS I wanted to remind all of our readers (and many of the new ones) that if you want to have some great times among Lutherans come to the National Conference of the Brothers of John the Steadfast on February 15-16th (yep, next week already!).
This year take the opportunity to come to the 5th Annual Brothers of John
the Steadfast National Conference on February 15-16th.
This year the theme is simple, "Lutherans in Africa, Out of Evangelicalism, and in the LCMS" and it describes our three speakers, Rev. James May of Lutherans in Africa, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller of Hope Lutheran in Aurora, CO (my southern neighbor) and of Table-Talk Radio, and also Rev. Jonathan Fisk of Bethany Lutheran in Naperville, IL and Worldview Everlasting AND author of the recent book "Broken".
We have a great line-up of speakers for you: Rev. James May, Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller and Pastor Jonathan Fisk.