On Sept. 1, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) filed a complaint against Concordia University Texas, Austin, Texas.
On Aug. 9, Concordia University Texas (CTX), Austin, Texas, President Dr. Donald Christian notified the LCMS Board of Directors that the CTX regents elected by the Synod convention would not be seated.
In keeping with the spirit of 2023 Resolution 7-03, the LCMS Board of Directors has reached out to the Concordia University Texas Board of Regents to request a meeting later this month.
Corrections and changes for elections at the 2023 LCMS convention, including the final slate of candidates for First Vice-President.
On Feb. 26–28, 2023, about fifty pastors from The Lutheran Church—Canada (LCC) and The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) gathered for a koinonia meeting to deepen their mutual work on mission and ministry in Canada.
The LCMS Board of Directors and Office of the President address the action by Concordia University Texas to self-govern.
On November 21–22, 2022, representatives from The Lutheran Church—Canada (LCC) and The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) met in Windsor, Ontario, Canada to discuss the work and scope of the LCMS English and SELC Districts in Canada.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has awarded 48 grants during Phase 2 of the 1 John 3 Initiative Million Dollar Life Match. The program, which offers a total of $1 million in matching grants, seeks to support LCMS congregations involved in providing beginning-of-life care in their local communities.
Our Bylaws make clear: All are to carry out responsibilities “in a manner reflecting the highest degree of integrity and honesty consistent with the Scriptures, the Lutheran Confessions, the Constitution, Bylaws, and resolutions of the Synod.”
This bilingual supplement to the October 2022 Reporter highlights Hispanic Heritage Month with four features on the proclamation of the Gospel throughout the Spanish-speaking world.
The Set Apart to Serve initiative is calling on the whole Synod to foster and encourage future LCMS church workers.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) is pleased to announce that 37 congregations received grants during Phase 1 of the 1 John 3 Initiative Million Dollar Life Match.
This supplement includes an article from LCMS President Harrison about the dangers facing young people today plus research from LCMS Youth Ministry about how to retain youth in the church and help them thrive as they go through life’s transitions.
“The increased violence … against churches, pro-life organizations and pregnancy centers are clearly terrorist attacks: they use violence designed to intimidate in order to achieve political ends.”
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod advocates for the value of human life, which is made in the image of God. While we rejoice in this ruling, we also pray for those who are hurting and afraid.