I recently saw A Serious Man , the Coen brothers new film, at the Tivoli . In between an opening prologue of a Yiddish folk tale and a truly stunning ending is the story of Larry Gopnik, a middle-class Jew living with his family in 1967 middle America
Faith & FilmErika Bennett previews Concordia Seminary's first-ever film festival
Word and Work: What Does It Mean to Be Devoted?David Schmitt discusses the devotional life, a preview of this year's Theological Symposium
Reflections on the LCMS Youth GatheringCan we talk—honestly—about youth retention?