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The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod hosted the Zion XVI Conference entitled “Lutheran Accents in Speicalized Pastoral Ministry” Sept. 15-18, 2016.
Listen to audio presentations from our 2017 Life Conference, themed Life 360°, held in Washington, D.C.
Heritage Foundation senior research fellow Dr. Ryan Anderson speaks to LCMS convention delegates about the Supreme Court’s 2015 redefinition of marriage and its implications for Americans and the church.
Would you like to learn how to invite, welcome and receive people to your church? The Connect to Disciple workshop, the first module in the re:Vitality program, is designed to help your congregation develop effective outreach.
Action on issues raised within the church by changes in the culture continued on Tuesday at the 66th Regular Convention of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
“Strengthen and support the Lutheran family in living out God’s design” will be added to the Synod’s six mission priorities.
LCMS convention delegates encourage further discussion with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Synod, Anglican Church in North America and North American Lutheran Church.
The LCMS in convention votes to provide support for women seeking conscientious objector status to being drafted for military service.
Synod Third Vice-President Rev. Dr. Daniel Preus serves as the LCMS convention’s essayist on July 12.
Delegates adopt three resolutions offered by Floor Committee 7 on Monday, July 11, during the LCMS Convention in Milwaukee.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod recognizes fellowship with six partner churches on four continents.
The Rev. Dr. John Wollenburg Sias succeeds the 18-year incumbent, the Rev. Dr. Raymond L. Hartwig, as secretary of the Synod.
Delegates vote to remove district-convention attendance as a prerequisite for voting for Synod president.
In light of current adversity against religious liberty, Dr. Ryan Anderson encourages convention-goers “to live out the truth in our own lives.”