LCRL Bulletin Blurbs – October 2021

The dates identifying the LCRL Bulleting Blurbs are only suggestions. Please feel free to use any and all of the Bulletin Blurbs as your ministry needs allow.


October 3

Dr. Gregory Seltz presents Liberty Lectures. These lectures will set forth the foundational, constitutional protections provided for Christians in the Bill of Rights and how the Christian lives in the Public Square. The Liberty Lectures are available for individuals, groups, congregations, or larger gatherings. See for more information.

October 10

Mom and Pop papers are short informational pieces that provides information for a Two-Kingdom Christian. Topics include separation of church and state, vocational respect, dynamic differentiation, and more. See

October 17

Word from the Center is a twice weekly email sent out by the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty for your edification and information. The Monday “Word” is a devotional piece from Dr. Seltz and the Friday “Word” is an op-ed piece on a current topic. Text 'LCRL' to 1-833-821-5329 to subscribe.

October 24

The Liberty Alerts are available each Wednesday. Dr. Seltz provides a commentary that provides education about a current cultural or political topic that every Two-Kingdom Christian should have. To listen to archived Liberty Alerts see

October 31

Reformation Restraint is the belief that God is at work in the world, and He is ultimately seeking the best for each person. Jesus himself tells us that “all authority in heaven and on earth” has been given to Him. Restraint, even if it becomes proper resistance in time, eagerly waits to see what God is up to first. Count on it. See for the full article.