While we’re alive, we get the privilege of deciding what to do with our bodies. But there’s no decision-making in death. Still, we can decide while we’re alive, what to do with our bodies when we’re dead. Death isn’t an easy topic to discuss, but it’s a conversation that we ...Read More »
Are TV Shows Like “The Bachelor” Ruining Relationships?
Millions of women around the country tune in each week as “Mr. Suave,” who has been deemed an “eligible” bachelor by the casting crew, walks onto the scene and a pool of svelte 20 and 30-somethings line up to introduce themselves and make their first on-screen impressions. Over the next ...Read More »
Does Ireland’s Decision on Gay Marriage Represent the Church?
The Republic of Ireland, one of the most devout and thoroughly Roman Catholic countries in the world, has just settled a controversial, popular referendum question–asking its citizens if the government will allow and endorse same-sex marriages. In spite of recent Catholic bishop letters publicized (and read at recent church services), ...Read More »
Thoughts From the Lutheran Church In America Today
The Lutheran Church in the USA has two main branches, the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church of America), and the more conservative LCMS (Lutheran Church/Missouri Synod). The ELCA is larger, but the LCMS is still the 8th largest protestant denomination within the states. In this article, we will take an inside ...Read More »
Securing Sacred Moments, A Photo Album of Memories
Photographs capture and seal moments, sacred moments that can never, ever be fully duplicated. Photo albums act like little memory boxes for storing these pictures. Every household ought to have a family album. Each picture book has a unique history which tells a unique story. Indeed, no two albums will ...Read More »