The October issue of The Lutheran Witness takes up difficult teachings of the Bible.
The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison was re-elected to a fifth term as LCMS president during the 2023 convention in Milwaukee.
The service of installation will take place in the Chapel of St. Timothy and St. Titus, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, on Sept. 15 at 7 p.m.
Life Together resolutions address in-person worship, the 50th anniversary of the Concordia Seminary ‘Walkout,’ the ‘Koinonia program, ‘Himnario Luterano’ and the Synod’s mission priorities.
Delegates also adopted resolutions that commend Lutheran schools, address church worker student debt, encourage family devotions and recommend youth ministry resources.
The ordained, commissioned and lay members will serve on boards of the LCMS and its entities.
Set Apart to Serve, the LCMS church work recruitment initiative, will have a significant and visible presence at this summer’s Synod convention in Milwaukee.
All the crosses and trials that afflict us today will be left in the grave at the Resurrection.
Audits and summary budgets are available for the LCMS, LCEF, the LCMS Foundation, all 35 LCMS districts and Concordia Publishing House.
The float from Lutheran Hour Ministries — titled “A New Day with Jesus” — was awarded the Tournament of Roses Director Award.
Every One His Witness (E1HW) is now available at no cost to anyone who registers at the E1HW website.
On April 26, 1847, representatives from 14 Lutheran congregations in the U.S. signed the constitution of Die Deutsche Evangelisch-Lutherische Synode von Missouri, Ohio und andern Staaten, which became The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS).