Convention delegates complete elections of remaining ordained, commissioned and lay nominees to LCMS boards.
A list of the candidates nominated by congregations from their regions for the LCMS Board of Directors and the Boards for National and International Mission.
A listing of candidates for regional LCMS Board of Directors, Board for National Mission and Board for International Mission positions.
The LCMS Board for International Mission calls six rostered church workers and appoints a layperson for service in Eurasia, East Africa and Latin America.
The LCMS Board for International Mission continues its work of calling missionaries and monitoring that they are well cared for during their service.
The LCMS Board for International Mission continues successful recruitment efforts toward doubling the number of LCMS career missionaries on the field to 136 by 2016.
The Board for International Mission examines successes and challenges as the number of career missionaries grows.
The LCMS Board for International Mission moves to help fill the 2013 Synod convention mandate to double the number of career missionaries by 2016.
The Commission on Constitutional Matters issues an opinion regarding the sending of LCMS missionaries.
The Board for International Mission votes to send 21 new missionaries into the field. Many were attending the Synod’s two-week orientation.
During its May 16-17 meeting in St. Louis, the LCMS Board of Directors also sets Milwaukee as the site for the 2016 Synod convention.
The LCMS Board for International Mission experiences mission first-hand in the Dominican Republic for four days, culminating with its Feb. 26 meeting there.
A July 14 “sending service” ends nearly two weeks of orientation for 35 new LCMS missionaries and their families.