Living Lutheran signifies this church’s living, daring confidence in God’s grace. The magazine features:
- Stories and commentary from the 3.5 million members and 9,300 congregations.
- Resources to help you deepen your faith.
- Monthly reflections from Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton.
- Coverage of religious news, events and social issues.
As a partner in God's mission, Living Lutheran shares with the ELCA's diverse membership the stories of God's people living their faith.
You may order individual subscriptions to Living Lutheran magazine on this site by filling out the form below or by calling 800-328-4648.
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To discover how your congregation or congregational leaders can receive Living Lutheran at a discount price, call our Subscription Order Center at 800-328-4648.
If you already have a congregational or leadership plan, you may add, delete or change subscribers in your congregation’s plan online.
Audio subscription to Living Lutheran also available.
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— Bob Eveslage, New Ulm, Minnesota
"I appreciate your truth-telling. Your words are direct and pastoral, and they focus on the mission of the gospel, which is what we're called to proclaim as those who bear the name of Christ. You have reminded us of who we are and what that means for us all."
— Julie Ebbesen, Waconia, Minnesota
"For more years than I care to remember, The Lutheran has been my favorite magazine. I don't always agree with its contents, but I always grow in faith."
— Alice Schrack, Indianapolis, Indiana