The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison was re-elected to a fifth term as LCMS president during the 2023 convention in Milwaukee.
Resolution 6-01 passed unanimously.
A brief, final wrap-up of the proceedings of the 68th Regular Convention of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.
The Rev. Dr. Daniel L. Gard was awarded the Silver St. Martin of Tours medal by LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces during the 2023 LCMS convention in Milwaukee.
Delegates amend two Synod Bylaws and reject a resolution to form a task force to study moving to a four-year convention cycle.
The Synod in convention adopted eight wide-ranging resolutions related to pastoral ministry and formation.
The ordained, commissioned and lay members will serve on various boards around the LCMS.
Lutheran rap artist and author Marcus Gray, also known as FLAME, discusses his journey to Lutheranism and his new book ‘Extra Nos,’ now available from Concordia Publishing House.
Life Together resolutions address in-person worship, the 50th anniversary of the Concordia Seminary ‘Walkout,’ the ‘Koinonia program, ‘Himnario Luterano’ and the Synod’s mission priorities.
The Finnish Lutheran bishop and member of Parliament described their prosecution by Finnish courts and called upon Christians to proclaim the Gospel boldly.
The Rev. Dr. Lawrence Rast Jr. and the Rev. Dr. Thomas Egger commended residential seminary education to the Synod as the historical and faithful model for training servants for ministry to the church and world.
The series of four presentations on the Synod’s international mission efforts explain the OIM’s emphasis on spreading the Gospel, planting Lutheran churches and showing mercy.
All five university presidents support Res. 7-04B, “To Revise Bylaws to Revisit and Renew Relationship of Colleges and Universities with the Synod.”
The International Church Relations Forum offered more than 40 international church leaders the opportunity for study, discussion and fellowship during the 2023 LCMS convention.