The doctrine of justification, on which the church stands or falls, is what it means to be Lutheran.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) Board of Directors met at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis May 18–19.
The 2023 conference will be held in St. Louis Sept. 6–8 under the theme “Walking Together in Disaster Response.”
Lutherans around the world continue to find new and unexpected ways to serve their neighbor.
Specialized spiritual care includes care for those who may be easily overlooked or seemingly forgotten.
Set Apart to Serve has prepared webpages with information about how the church is meeting the need for church workers through its educational institutions.
The 2023–2024 edition of Chapel Talks for Lutheran Schools is now available.
In preparation for the upcoming Synod convention, a new webpage provides relevant information in one place.
The directors will oversee the areas of Human Care and Ministerial Support; Church Planting, Renewal and Support; and Congregations and Districts for the LCMS Office of National Mission.
Here are all the ways to keep up with convention proceedings no matter where you are.
Floor Committees gathered at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis June 9–12 to begin their service for the 2023 Synod convention.
The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison has served as LCMS president since 2010.
Updates from LCMS day schools, universities and seminaries.
Unlike public schools in the U.S., Dominican schools are welcoming of Christian education.
The goal of the 2023–2026 LCMS National Offering is to produce meaningful Lutheran resources in other languages so that all may read, hear and speak the Good News of Christ crucified.
Most important, readers will be reminded of Christ and Him crucified for the sins of the world.