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‘Reporter’ Supplement: LCMS Disaster Response mercy work updates

In a supplement to the October 2018 Reporter, LCMS Disaster Response highlights the mercy work that has been done over the last year following natural disasters in Texas, Puerto Rico, California and other regions.

‘Reporter’ Supplement: Faithful to the Word of God

In a supplement to the October 2018 Reporter, LCMS Pastoral Education highlights Preach the Word (PTW), a post-seminary continuing-education initiative out of the LCMS Office of the President.

KFUO Radio: The Supreme Court hearing and religious liberty

Tim Goeglein, vice president of External Relations for Focus on the Family, and KFUO host Kip Allen talk about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process during a Free to be Faithful® program.

LCMS Worship: 2018-19 One-Year Series hymn suggestions

LCMS Worship provides hymn suggestions for the One-Year Series to use during the 2018-19 church year. Unless otherwise indicated, hymns are from Lutheran Service Book.

Worship suggestions for 2018 midweek Advent services

LCMS Worship provides suggestions for liturgy, psalms, readings, hymns and collects to use during 2018 midweek Advent services.

‘Reporter’ Supplement: The transition is real: The pastor’s journey from seminary to first call

The September 2018 “Reporter” supplement from LCMS Pastoral Education highlights the pastor’s (and his wife’s) transition from seminary to first call.

KFUO Radio: Army chaplain disciplined for following church’s marriage beliefs

During a Free to be Faithful® program, Jeremy Dys, Deputy General Counsel for First Liberty Institute, and KFUO Radio host Kip Allen discuss the possible disciplinary action against Army Chaplain Scott Squires for following his church’s beliefs about marriage.

Parish Nurse Video Lecture: ‘Exercise in the Congregation’

Helpful information on how to start an exercise program in the congregation.

Hymn of the Day Studies for Propers: Three-Year Lectionary – Series C

LCMS Worship provides Hymn of the Day Studies for Propers to use with Series C of the Three-Year Lectionary. “The Word in Song” studies hymns in Lutheran Service Book.

Commission on Theology and Church Relations report: ‘Confession and Absolution’

Requested by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in convention, the Commission on Theology and Church Relations adopted a report on “Confession and Absolution” to address these matters.

KFUO Radio: Reclaiming liberties for people of faith

Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz, executive director of Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty, and KFUO Radio host Kip Allen discuss religious liberty, sanctity of life and defense of marriage during a Free to be Faithful® program.

Mercy essays feature Lutheran theologians from Reformation to today

In a variety of timely yet timeless essays, Lutheran theologians look at Christ’s mercy and the way in which He showers healing, compassion and forgiveness on His people.

Parish Nurse Video Lecture: ‘Reaching out and caring for veterans’

The Rev. Dr. Steven Hokana, chaplain, Lt. Col., USA (Ret.), D. Min., BCC, assistant director for the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, presents “Reaching Out and Caring for Veterans.”

Nevertheless: The Legacy of Rosa Young at Concordia College, Alabama

Celebrate all that God has done through Concordia College Alabama, Selma, Ala. Praise Him for His grace and trust in Him for the future. Sadly, Concordia is closed. Nevertheless, we pray that God continues the work begun through the faculty, staff and students over the years.

KFUO Radio: Religious liberty in the United States

Tim Goeglein, vice president of External Relations for Focus on the Family, and KFUO host Kip Allen discuss the status of religious liberty in the United States. Topics include judicial appointments, court cases, the impact of the sexual revolution and freedom of conscience.

Give thanks in all circumstances — through the risen Christ

Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod: “I thank God for you, for your partnership in the Gospel, your confession of our Lutheran doctrine, your prayers for the Synod and even your prayers for this sinner. I thank God for your ministry. I thank God for every congregation in your district.”