Beginning with its April issue, The Lutheran magazine is now called Living Lutheran and has a new corresponding website, www.livinglutheran.org. Our new name, Living Lutheran, signifies this church’s living, daring confidence in God’s grace.
You can expect the same quality content—inspiring stories, news and information, theological insights and more—along with new departments and enhanced, more-robust web presence. Each month, magazine articles will be released online on a daily basis, but only print subscribers will have access to content all at once.
You can find and follow your favorite content with Living Lutheran’s seven content categories:
Stories of the ELCA’s 3.7 million members and more than 9,000 congregations—how the church and its members impact communities.
Voices of Faith
Articles of commentary, opinion and reflections of faith.
Spiritual Practices and Resources
Articles relating to congregations and individuals who are looking for programs to offer their members and ways to help them practice their faith through areas such as worship, stewardship, arts and music, and more.
Children and Family
Articles sharing stories and ideas for growing faith in families, as churches continue to be one of the few places in society where all generations gather, learn, serve and grow together.
Mission and Ministry
Articles describing the life and work of the ELCA both domestically and globally through its agencies, institutions, colleges, seminaries, overseas missions and ecumenical relationships.
Religious News and Social Issues
News stories related to the ELCA and partner churches, as well as current religious news. Articles may stem from current events that are related to social issues but may also include events related to advocacy, science and technology.
From the Presiding Bishop
Monthly messages from Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton—from current topics facing the church and the world to her own faith and life experiences.
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 form above or by phone by calling
An individual subscription to this award-winning magazine costs only:
US $19.95 for one year
US $31.95 for two years
US $41.95 for three years
Congregational Plan Subscriptions
To discover how you can receive Living Lutheran for as little as US $8.95 each (one year) for group subscription plans, call our Subscription Order Center at
You don't need to sign up all your members to get this great rate. The minimum enrollment requirement, as low as 5 subscribers, is based on the average worship attendance of your congregation. Call us. We'll work with you to design the most economical plan to fit the needs of your congregation.
Leadership Plan Subscriptions
The Leadership Plan is the next best way to get the magazine. The leaders in your church — church council members, committee chairpersons, Sunday school teachers and many others — can get the magazine for only US $11.75 per leader (one year), a 20 percent discount off the individual subscription rate. Get this great rate with as few as 5 subscribers. Call our Subscription Order Center at
If you already have a congregational or leadership plan, you may add, delete or change subscribers in your congregation’s plan on-line.
Subscriptions to Living Lutheran may be ordered online by people or organizations located in these countries:
Contact (800) 328-4648, Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Central) to check on availability in other countries.
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