Sarah Hinlicky Wilson is assistant research professor at the Institute for Ecumenical Research in Strasbourg, France, and editor of Lutheran Forum.
How to read the Bible with children
Much of the Bible is not fit for children—it's a book to ease little ones into, not drop them in cold. So what's the best way to go about this?
Life on the ecclesiastical frontier
In Strasbourg, my husband and I became ecclesiastical two-timers. Once we'd done that, it was easy to become three-timers.
On the road with Luther
“What are we to give to God in return for this love?” asked Martin Luther. “Nothing. You shall not go to Rome on pilgrimages.” I'm Lutheran, and I went to Rome on pilgrimage.
Acts 11:1-18; Revelation 21:1-6; John 13:31-35
Learning to read isn’t finished by the time you’re eight and you know
how to sound out the words on the page. It’s a practice that grows along
with the years.
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