We cannot stand on the Gospel without going with the Gospel.
The doctrine of justification, on which the church stands or falls, is what it means to be Lutheran.
The reaffirmation comes as the Rev. Dr. Juhana Pohjola and Dr. Päivi Räsänen face a second trial for holding to biblical Christianity.
All the crosses and trials that afflict us today will be left in the grave at the Resurrection.
LCMS leaders and congregations reject racist views and instead stand firm on the biblical belief that every human is a precious child of God.
President Harrison asks CPH to resume distribution of the annotated Large Catechism.
A sermon of Martin Luther from April 6, 1541, is translated by LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison.
With the name of Jesus and at the celebration of His first shedding of blood, we begin our new year.
The true “marks” of the church are evident to all and provide sufficient grounds to identify the presence of true fellowship.
A message from the Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison. president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
The church needs to condemn all sin, including racism, and articulate God’s love in Christ for all.
LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison shares excerpts of an essay by Hermann Sasse (1895–1976).
As we are shocked by another act of violence, we pray for those who have been impacted and persevere in showing Christ’s love to others.