Readers can join with all the saints in heaven and on earth as they travel through time and across space to celebrate Christ’s resurrection.
In unique ways and in diverse locations around the world, Lutherans are faithfully carrying out the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations.
The LCMS was previously recognized by another watchdog, Guidestar, as a Platinum-level participant in its Exchange program.
Begun in 2007 to support Lutheran chaplains serving in the reserves, this Ministry to the Armed Forces program has evolved into a “network of care” for anyone with military connections — both within Synod churches and beyond their walls.
The Oct. 20 deadline may seem a long way off, but the time is now to submit nominations for the 74 officer, board and commission positions to be elected at the next LCMS Convention, July 20–25, 2019, in Tampa, Fla.
Reviewer Ted Giese calls it “a remarkable film” with “a strong presentation of forgiveness, grace and mercy.”
They will be held this summer in Northfield, Minn.; Carbondale, Ill.; Lawrence, Kan.; and Tacoma, Wash.
The catalog features color photos and descriptions of rare books, coins and other vintage items displayed by Concordia Historical Institute.
The Rev. Dr. McNair Ramsey of Valley Grande, Ala., was elected first vice-president.
The Rev. Allan R. Buss of Belvidere, Ill., is elected to his first three-year term as president of the LCMS Northern Illinois District.
The conference will be held Nov. 8–10 in Kansas City, Mo., under the theme “Have No Fear.”
Preach the Word is the Synod’s ongoing program for fostering excellence in preaching.
When disaster strikes, LCMS Disaster Response comes alongside to help congregations and districts develop the most effective possible response.
The report is available for free download from the CTCR website.
The Board’s next meeting — May 18–19 in St. Louis — will focus on the FY19 budget.