This supplement to the December 2021 Reporter is the first of a series titled “Life Together with President Harrison.” Additional installments are planned for 2022.
As 2021 comes to a close, consider a year-end gift to the The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod Board for National Mission met Oct. 14–15 in St. Louis.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s (LCMS) Colloquy Committee for Commissioned Ministry gathered Oct. 21 at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis for its first in-person meeting this triennium.
The conference, held Oct. 6–8, drew 78 attendees from 20 districts.
A new ministry production center opened at Rivercliff Lutheran Church in Sandy Springs, Ga., on Sept. 17.
After a yearlong printing hiatus, the magazine will arrive in mailboxes once again in November.
The November issue includes such topics as advice from Martin Luther on how to comfort those who mourn and guidance from C.F.W. Walther on the relationship between church and state.
The report follows several requests, in recent years, for the CTCR to address the question of whether or to what extent LCMS clergy should continue to serve as agents of the state in officiating marriages and signing civil marriage licenses.
Updates about LCMS mission work around the world.
News from LCMS universities and seminaries.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod Council of Presidents met Sept. 7–11 in St. Louis.
The LCMS Board for International Mission met Sept. 23 and 24 in St. Louis.
Resolution 6-01, “To Support and Participate in the Comprehensive Church Worker Recruitment Initiative,” was adopted by the LCMS convention in 2019.
Concordia University Education Network, or CUEnet, was established more than two decades ago as a cooperative effort of the institutions of the Concordia University System.