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‘Reporter’ supplement: Pastoral Education – Are Pastors Really Necessary?

In a supplement to the September 2021 “Reporter,” LCMS Pastoral Education addresses the question of whether pastors are necessary, introduces the new Church Worker Recruitment Initiative and shows how you support our seminaries through the Synod.

LCMS President Harrison: Finnish Parliament member faithfully confesses amid opposition

Hear from Dr. Päivi Räsänen, a Lutheran member of the Finnish Parliament who is facing prosecution for writing on the Christian view of marriage.

LCMS Black Ministry – ‘TimeLine’ Newsletter – Summer 2021

The LCMS Black Ministry newsletter celebrates the work of present and past ministry giants who have shared the Lutheran faith.

LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission: ‘Caring for the Homeless with the Theology of the Cross’

The Biblical Charities Continuing Education, which promotes applied mercy-education in connection with The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, sponsored a roundtable discussion on “Caring for the Homeless with the Theology of the Cross.”

LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission: July 2021 newsletter

The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter encourages readers to remain steadfast in their teaching and preaching as they enter the mission field.

LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission webinar: ‘Impact of New Sexuality on Christian Ministry’

Hosted by LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission, the Rev. Dr. Lucas Woodford, president of the LCMS Minnesota South District and associate pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Farmington, Minn., presented a free webinar on “Reaching the Heart of the Refugee Woman.”

‘Sharing’ newsletter – July 2021

The July 2021 issue highlights how Lutherans are bearing the burdens of fellow believers around the world to encourage them in the work that God has given them to do.

LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission: June 2021 newsletter

The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter encourages readers to meet the ever-changing world head on, proclaiming the clear message of the Gospel.

LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces – Third Quarter 2021 Newsletter

The LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces newsletter encourages readers to reflect on their journey — and on the mission and purpose we have as we walk with Jesus.

LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission webinar: ‘Reaching the Heart of the Refugee Woman’

Hosted by LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission, Mrs. Carol Buckman of Christian Friends of New Americans presented a free webinar on “Reaching the Heart of the Refugee Woman.”

Recognized Service Organizations – June 2021 Newsletter

The LCMS Recognized Service Organizations newsletter features information about Humanitri and its work to reach out and aid families experiencing homelessness.

Life Together with President Harrison – June 2021

In this Life Together Digest, the Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, reflects on the work of the 1,885 LCMS schools across the country and their 21,222 teachers to bring faithful instruction to over 200,000 students over the course of the past school year, even amid the ongoing challenges of hybrid learning and other pandemic-related measures.

Three-year schedule of daily Bible readings for 2021 to 2023

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has joined with the Lutheran Church—Canada and the North American Lutheran Church to compile a three-year plan of daily Bible readings and a year-long series of weekly readings on Martin Luther’s approach to the Scriptures.

LCMS Life Ministry — Spring 2021 newsletter

The Spring 2021 issue of LCMS Life Ministry’s News and Notes newsletter focuses on human trafficking, which affects people around the world, even some in our own congregations and communities.

LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission webinar: ‘Leadership Through Conflict’

Hosted by LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission, Rev. Mike Moreno (PMHP/PMSW), mental health and marriage counselor at Christ Lutheran Church in Norfolk, Neb., presented a webinar titled “Leadership Through Conflict” on May 13, 2021.