The fear of world wars, global pandemics, economic depression … what does it all mean to the future of the mission of the church?
Looking ahead to the year 2050 in the U.S., what does the future of the church, and of church planting, look like?
The resolutions addressed church planting, shared congregational ministry, campus ministry and the legacy of Rosa J. Young.
The online resources from LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission and LCMS Church Planting are available at no cost.
The Epiphany issue, “Light for All Nations,” examines a range of topics relating to missions and evangelism.
The LCMS Board for International Mission met May 30–31, and the LCMS Board for National Mission met June 14–15 in St. Louis.
On April 8, the Rev. Adam DeGroot was installed as the first pastor of St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Albuquerque, N.M. St. Andrew is a church plant of the LCMS Rocky Mountain District in partnership with Mission Field: USA.
Together we will reach the least and the lost in MissionField: USA, and we will bring the Gospel to new people in new places across the country. We are going to tell the Good News and love our neighbor.
A March 2018 Supplement to the Reporter highlights the Mission Field:USA, an LCMS Office of National Mission initiative to develop partnerships between struggling inner-city and rural congregations and healthy congregations that desire to help these ministries restart.
John 14:25–31 25 “These things I have spoken to you while I am still with you. 26 But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance…
LCMS missionary Rev. Micah Glenn and the Lutheran Hope Center are based there, along with community partners.
Fast coming up on the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, what is the Reformation in its present form – right here and right now?
LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison comments on two major demographic studies about the Synod.