Meet Eden Keefe, newly elected president of the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League.
The LCMS acknowledges or declares full fellowship with five international church bodies in Europe, Africa and Asia.
On July 30, the Synod in convention passed a resolution supporting efforts to promote a culture of life and made an announcement about the Million Dollar Life Match.
The resolutions addressed approximately 60 overtures.
“Christ sustains you and makes you what you should be,” said LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison.
Every incumbent vice-president was re-elected; Ball was elected second vice-president.
Following Divine Service on July 29, the 68th Regular Convention of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod officially began on July 30 at the Baird Center in Milwaukee.
A panel of leaders representing the LCMS Commission on Theology and Church Relations and the LCMS Office of International Mission discusses church fellowship and alliance missionaries.
Convention catechist Rev. Peter Bender discusses Luther’s Small Catechism and explains why catechism study is a daily feature of this year’s convention.
LCMS Secretary Rev. Dr. John W. Sias discusses why we have a convention and how it works.
In preparation for the upcoming Synod convention, a new webpage provides relevant information in one place.
Here are all the ways to keep up with convention proceedings no matter where you are.
Floor Committees gathered at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis June 9–12 to begin their service for the 2023 Synod convention.
Corrections and changes for elections at the 2023 LCMS convention, including the final slate of candidates for First Vice-President.
The goal of the 2023–2026 LCMS National Offering is to produce meaningful Lutheran resources in other languages so that all may read, hear and speak the Good News of Christ crucified.
The free, downloadable study is about the importance of keeping the Gospel front and center in all we do as the church.