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Future Issues

Subject to change due to breaking news or other events.


April 2015:

EARTH. Lutherans working to save the planet. Profiles of folks involved in addressing climate change issues and 10 practical things individuals can do to make a difference.


Contact Julie B. Sevig by January 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

May 2015:

Money. Responsible consumerism as individuals, family and church. Reader call: How does your faith help form the ways in which you spend and invest?


Contact Elizabeth Hunter by February 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

June 2015:

LEADERS. Young leaders (10 leaders under 35) in the ELCA.


Contact Julie B. Sevig by March 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

July 2015:

ADAGES. A look at whether adages such as “confession is good for the soul” still hold true.


Contact Daniel J. Lehmann by April 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

August 2015:

ATTENDANCE. What has been the effect of declining worship attendance on congregational life and mission? What can and can’t churches do due to smaller audiences.


Contact Julie B. Sevig by May 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

September 2015:

GATHERING. The ELCA Youth Gathering in Detroit in photos and captions.


Contact Daniel J. Lehmann by June 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

October 2015:

WOMEN. What did/does the Reformation mean for women (including a global overview).


Contact Elizabeth Hunter by July 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

November 2015:

INVESTMENT. How has the philosophy of giving changed among younger members? What can we learn from them (not a story about how we can teach them).


Contact Julie B. Sevig by August 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

December 2015:

FAVORITES. Favorite Bible stories or characters, in the month the Word became flesh to be among us.


Contact Elizabeth Hunter by September 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

January 2016:

DROP. A playful look at cleaning out the congregational closet for the new year and moving in new directions—what can go, what should stay, what needs to be added.


Contact Elizabeth Hunter by October 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

February 2016:

MULTICULTURAL. ELCA congregations that have become truly multicultural and how they got there. Sidebar: why potluck, coffee jokes don’t work anymore.


Contact Elizabeth Hunter by November 1, 2015 with your questions or suggestions about this cover story.

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March issue

MARCH issue:

Our malaria moment

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