This year’s Lutherans For Life National Conference will be held at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Grand Rapids, Mich., under the theme “Matters of the Heart.”
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, will host a “Faith and Writing” workshop for Christian writers July 29-31. Presenters are the Rev. Travis Scholl (pictured) and Peter Mead.
Dr. Adam S. Francisco will lead “Apologetics for the 21st Century” July 9-11 at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind.
The Black Ministry Family Convocation — set for July 9-13 in Kansas City, Mo. — isn’t just for African-Americans.
The Nov. 8 event at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, will tackle the question of what is God-pleasing in the field of infertility medicine.
The conference is set for Jan. 22-24 in Arlington, Va., in conjunction with the Jan. 22 March for Life in Washington, D.C.
The April 24-26 Sharathon for Worldwide KFUO.org will offer special guests and thank-you incentives to donors.
Lutherans across the United States will come together April 22-25 to “Orange Out Malaria!” as part of the Lutheran Malaria Initiative.
The Church Interpreter Training Institute will be held June 15-27 at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind.
The May 2 and 6 dinner events in Lisle, Ill., and Buena Park, Calif., will launch a yearlong celebration for Lutheran Bible Translators, Aurora, Ill.
“Christian Law Enforcement Chaplaincy — Theology and Practice” is planned for June 2-6 at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
The Kantorei, a 16-voice choir composed of seminarians from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind., offers services at six sites April 23-27.
The May 7-8 events at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, are designed for pastors and students involved in homiletical and exegetical education.
“The Origin of Life: The Improbability of Chance, Mutation and Natural Selection” is planned for June 30 to July 2 at Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon.
Congregational leaders from rural and small-town settings are encouraged to attend the Nov. 6-8 conference in Kansas City, Mo.
Presenting the lecture is the Rev. Dr. Abjar Bahkou, an LCMS clergyman in Texas who was raised Syrian Orthodox.