I’m noticing the music of the Christmas season this year as I reflect on music and the role of music in youth ministry.
Some 650 take part in the Nov. 20-22 Lutheran Church Extension Fund Fall Leadership Conference in Atlanta, including 191 first-time participants.
The Nov. 19-20 LCMS Board of Directors meeting includes a joint session with the Council of Presidents, action on some half-dozen resolutions and reports from Synod leaders.
The team of three undergraduate students at Concordia University Chicago ranks first in Chicago in the programming competition of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
They are among a variety of matters covered at the Nov. 16-19 meeting of the LCMS Council of Presidents, which ended in a joint session with the Synod’s Board of Directors.
The family of Edna Marie Wolf, great-granddaughter of the Synod’s first president, makes a contribution to maintain and preserve the Walther Mausoleum in St. Louis.
Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod President Matthew C. Harrison introduces Life Together — a monthly digital news digest. Pastor Harrison shares highlights from the LCMS to aid the whole church as we live and work together to proclaim the Gospel and bear Christ’s mercy to one another in our congregations, communities and the world.
“This is a credit union for today’s times,” says Tom Buuck, LFCU’s president and CEO, as he lays out its features and benefits.
Technique is all well and good. However, one lesson I learned is worth far more than all the rest: It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.
Muslims in the West must step up and admit terrorism is rooted in extremist Islam, say four Muslim think-tank panelists.