Today we awoke to the devastating news of the mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Una invitación. En su columna de marzo para Living Lutheran, el Obispo Presidente Elizabeth Eaton reflexiona sobre la oración. Ella nos recuerda que la oración no tiene que ver con la técnica, el cómo o por qué oramos. La oración es una invitación al amor divino. La oración es sobre la relación con Dios. La oración es Dios buscándonos.
An invitation. In her March column for Living Lutheran, Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton reflects on prayer. She reminds us that prayer is not about the technique—the how or why we pray. Prayer is an invitation to divine love. Prayer is about relationship with God. Prayer is God seeking us.
The Conference of Bishops of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) stands with and holds up in prayer the people of Venezuela during the current multifaceted crisis within their nation. We care about the consequences of this crisis as already felt in neighboring countries and about its wider impact on international peace and security.
…the 2019 General Conference, the UMC’s highest legislative body, voted to affirm the church’s current prohibitions of “ordaining LGBTQ clergy and officiating at or hosting same-sex marriage.” Many of you today are asking the good Lutheran question, “What does this mean?”