Fink, 77, died Dec. 27 at his home in Drums, Pa.
Readers can learn how Christians are “Free to be Faithful” with regard to key social and religious issues today, specifically those of marriage, life and religious liberty.
U.S. military personnel at home and abroad are receiving the resources provided by an LCMS chaplain and dozens of congregations.
Audio presentations from our 2014 International Disaster Response Conference at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne.
The LCMS website has a video library with the latest videos and interviews about LCMS Disaster Response.
Congregations and their pastors have until April 15 to apply for sabbatical grants of up to $50,000 from Lilly Endowment Inc.
Two of the university’s online programs — Master’s in Teaching and Learning and Master’s of Educational Administration — were named as the best in the state.
Cindy L. Simpson begins Dec. 15 as director of the Synod’s Joint Seminary Fund, with LCMS Mission Advancement.
The first $25,000 in food and water was set for distribution in December in Liberia. Another $75,000 in aid is planned.
Ridley Scott’s new film can’t be recommended as a “devotional,” but may serve as fertile ground for conversing with others about God.
Two awards announced Dec. 17 by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty have put two LCMS schools back in the spotlight for an incident that took place in October.
The St. Louis Business Journal once again recognizes Concordia Plan Services for the distinction.
Maintaining a Christian presence on college campuses is important, but perhaps never more so than in the face of a tragedy.
Listen to a Dec. 9 interview with KFUO’s Andy Bates and the Rev. Randy Golter, who leads The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in planning the 2017 Reformation 500th anniversary celebration.