Terjesen's Bible Reading Schedule - Many Bible reading schedules start you with Genesis and take you through to the end of Revelation as is. My schedule includes an Old Testament, a New Testament, and a Psalm reading for each day. Plus it breaks things up in an interesting way that I think aids continuity.
Holy Baptism: A Brief Study - This paper was written at the request of a young Lutheran man who had married a pentecostal girl, to help them decide whether to baptize their children.
Jesus Humbled Himself - Comments on the great passage from Philippians 2 where it is said that Jesus made Himself of no reputation... but humbled Himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross.
Mary: A model of Faith and Faithfulness - Roman Catholics worship Mary as co-redemptrix with Jesus, and evangelicals tend to denigrate her in reaction to Romanism. Lutherans have a high regard for Mary. They do not commit Romanist Mariolatry, nor do they make the opposite error of low-church protestantism.
Methuselah - An article commending the worthy calling of parenting, and the importance of Christian family life.
Straight Talk About Closed Communion - A question/answer format article on Closed Communion aimed at a more general audience than the longer article on the same topic elsewhere on this site.
The Biblical Practice of Closed Communion - Originally presented at the first Atlantic District Theological Convocation, at Concordia College, Bronxville, NY, in the winter of 1994, this paper has appeared in Christian News and has been the subject of several interviews on the LCMS radio program "Issues Etc."
The Governor's Surprise - Explores the Miracle at Cana as a window into the Creation/Evolution debate. One of my favorites.
The New Testament: Which Text - An article on New Testament textual criticism which favors the Traditional Greek Text of the Reformation and the translations based on it to the modern critical text and its various translations.