The December “Journal of Lutheran Mission” highlights papers and discussions from the International Lutheran Council World Conference.
The decision is the result of the Boy Scouts of America’s action, made earlier this year, to allow openly gay Scout leaders.
This fall is the 23rd straight year of ever-escalating total enrollment at the Synod’s 10 Concordia University System campuses nationwide.
MOU with Boy Scouts of America is “no longer tenable;” potential legal concerns exist for chartering LCMS congregations.
Resources from LCMS Life Ministry and Lutherans For Life may be used for the Jan. 17 “Life Sunday” observance or any Sunday a congregation chooses.
For fans of “The Hunger Games” series, “Mockingjay — Part 2” provides a satisfying conclusion.
More than 160 participants from 24 states attend the Synod’s National Rural & Small Town Mission Conference in Kansas City, Mo.
The Rev. James Krikava of Prague, Czech Republic, is appointed to the LCMS Office of International Mission post.