‘We Preach Christ Crucified’: Getting ready for this summer’s convention

The pre-convention work of assembling overtures, reports and nominations for the 2023 LCMS convention is well underway,

God’s abundant grace: A sermon from Luther

A sermon of Martin Luther from April 6, 1541, is translated by LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison.

BOD holds last meeting of 2022

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod Board of Directors met Nov. 18–19, 2022, in Phoenix.

LHM float wins award at Rose Parade

The float from Lutheran Hour Ministries — titled “A New Day with Jesus” — was awarded the Tournament of Roses Director Award.

Applications open for 2023 national development grants

The application deadline is Feb. 1.

New CEO for LFCU

Amanda Walker previously served at Lutheran Church Extension Fund.

Campus clips: Philanthropy, technology and a visit from Luther

The monthly “Campus Clips” column includes brief reports from LCMS day schools, universities and seminaries.

From the mission field: Giving thanks for Lutheran Heritage Foundation

In the LCMS Latin America and Caribbean region, LHF has provided more than 110,000 books in Spanish for churches and missions.

Winter ‘Engage’: Lutherans on the move

The Winter 2023 issue of Lutherans Engage the World tells stories of Lutherans around the world who know that church is “the place … to be.”

January ‘Witness’: Life after Roe

The January issue offers a broad array of articles to help you and your congregation think about pro-life opportunities.

COP discusses Synod joys, concerns

The LCMS Council of Presidents met Nov. 14–16.

Frith installed as Liberty Network director

The Rev. Mark T. Frith will work with the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty to train laity, church workers and congregations to be advocates for religious liberty.

Volunteer in 2023: Register for a summer Servant Event

LCMS congregations, summer camps and Recognized Service Organizations across the country will host Servant Events from May through August.

National Lutheran Schools Week 2023: ‘Making Disciples for Life’

LCMS School Ministry has developed a variety of resources for use during NLSW.

Pilot program to test SAS resources

Set Apart to Serve (SAS) is a Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod effort launched in 2019 to raise up future church workers.

‘Another year of grace’: A message from the Synod president

With the name of Jesus and at the celebration of His first shedding of blood, we begin our new year.