Positions are available with Concordia Plan Services and Concordia University System schools.
The LCMS Council of Presidents September meeting includes nine newly elected district presidents, as the council examines various ongoing efforts across the Synod.
The Rev. Dwayne Lueck, North Wisconsin District president, says prayer is important for all professional church workers as they struggle with the inherent challenges of their callings.
At its Aug. 21-22 meeting, the LCMS Board of Directors also establishes regular meetings between top Synod leaders and leaders of Synodwide corporate entities.
The updated website allows workers to find a provider, file a claim, designate beneficiaries and even initiate their retirement.
At their latest meeting, LCMS Council of Presidents members hear “recommended requirements” for pastors.
The St. Louis Business Journal once again recognizes Concordia Plan Services for the distinction.
Concordia Plan Services negotiates discount arrangements with Paychex, a national company experienced in clergy payroll and taxes.
Concordia Plan Services’ new support system offers resources for full-time LCMS pastors and their families.
Ralph Simon — formerly with Concordia Plan Services — is the Foundation’s new vice-president of Investment Services.
The LCMS Council of Presidents divides into groups to work through such issues each time it meets, until April 2015.
The national award to Concordia Plan Services recognizes employers who have incorporated effective employee-wellness programs and practices.
Discussing how to keep church workers healthy are leaders from Concordia Plan Services, DOXOLOGY, Grace Place Lutheran Wellness Ministries and Shepherd’s Canyon Retreat.
It would be for LCMS congregations and their members, as well as other LCMS-related entities and people. (File photo)