By Josh Keith - "Wilderness is a necessity... there must be places for human beings to satisfy their souls...” John Muir. I feel that no truer words have ever been spoken. My forge is my wilderness, where I work on metal and wood to create useful tools that I hope are used and appreciated by … Continue reading Blacksmithing and Vocational Wilderness
By Jonathan Holmes - The other day I learned that we are not allowed to “celebrate Santa Clause” at my school. Why? Because he isn’t real. That’s a bad argument, if you ask me. Why? Because he is very real. Yes, Santa Clause is real. Oh, you would rather tell them of the generosity of … Continue reading Will the Real Santa Clause Please Stand Up
By Jonathan Holmes - Back in February, my son was born. He’s healthy, and a real chill dude. He only cries to get out of his crib; I think it’s more that he just wants to make sure that we hear him and don’t forget about him. After all, his life is dependent on my … Continue reading I Hope I’m Better than My Dad Was…
You've seen them popping up here and there and now you can get one for yourself or as a stocking stuffer for a friend. Check out our special edition Luther t-shirts or our classic Logo shirts in our new store here. We have men's t-shirts and women's tanks for sale!
By Bryan R. Salminen - A friend of mine took the GRE 5 times. The GRE stands for the Graduate record examination and is a necessary evil requirement for most graduate schools. Each time he took it, he came out thinking how dumb he really was. He took it 5 different times because he kept graduating … Continue reading Wonder
Join us this Wednesday, September 20th, as we raise a toast to the seminarians at Concordia Seminary. We will be gathering at Seamus McDaniel's @ 8pm for an evening of drinks, food and music. Come for a good time and come thirsty! Seamus McDaniel's 1208 Tamm Ave. St. Louis
By Hillary Asbury - Whether or not we realize it, the visual arts are being used by churches every day. If you were to walk into a Christian church of any sort, there would more than likely be a cross hanging somewhere, if not at the focal point of the worship space. That cross is … Continue reading Reclaiming Liturgical Art