The School Leadership Development Project (SLED) was created two decades ago to identify, encourage and prepare leaders to serve in the Synod’s early childhood, elementary and secondary schools.
The retreat consisted of three days of worship, learning and fellowship offered at no cost to participants.
The 21st convention of the LCMS Mid-South District was held July 1–3 in Memphis.
Marcus Gray, who goes professionally by the name Flame, will appear at the LCMS Youth Gathering in Houston, July 9–13, 2022.
At its 2021 convention, the Japan Lutheran Church (JLC) made two decisions that have destroyed the scriptural basis for the longstanding relationship of altar and pulpit fellowship between the LCMS and the JLC.
The theme of the convention, held June 24–27 in Lexington, Ky., was “Running the Race; Looking to Jesus.”
The website will better facilitate the work of LCMS Disaster Response at both the local and national level.
In partnership with the LCMS, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Brazil recently called eight pastors to serve as alliance missionaries in the Africa and the Latin America and Caribbean regions.
Updates from LCMS universities and seminaries.
The “Adopt-a-Chap” program connects LCMS congregations with the Synod’s Ministry to the Armed Forces by matching LCMS chaplains with those who wish to encourage them.
With a deadline of Aug. 1, the November issue of LW will publish the best six to eight articles submitted by LCMS writers over the last year.
The Board for International Mission met May 27–28, and the Board for National Mission met June 10–11.
The annual resource is designed to assist Lutheran schools with weekly chapel.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way Lutheran camps operated in 2020, but it did not prevent them from carrying out their mission “to show people the hope they have in Jesus Christ.”
The LCMS Texas District held its 62nd convention June 10–12 in San Marcos, Texas.
The fund will support the recruitment of LCMS faculty and students.