I guess I will never be able to claim that I am a Luddite. I took a selfie on the way to church and in Bible class.
I look so ridiculously stern in the one on the left, but I was trying to figure out how to make my phone work. I always look like that when I use the phone. And no, I do not talk on the phone. I will text and I will take pictures, I will not talk. And no, you can’t have my number.
Here’s what we covered this Sunday in 1 Corinthians. Yes, we really and truly are in chapter 2! We finished verse two and started on verse three. We are galloping along at a breakneck speed, aren’t we?
The military is charged with defending American liberty as defined in the freedoms outlined in the U.S. Constitution. The free exercise of religion is one of the most important of those basic rights. How is this freedom treated within the military? Are U.S. service members, who risk their lives each day defending the Constitution, allowed the same freedom they are defending for the rest of America? Guest Roger Drinnon, LCMS Director of Editorial Services and Media Relations, joins moderator Kip Allen to discuss this topic.