LCMS Sanctity of Life Committee members address organ-harvesting video during a July 16 press conference.
As KFUO’s executive director of Broadcast Services, Gary Duncan succeeds the Rev. Rod Zwonitzer, who retired in May.
The celebration includes special programing, cookies, T-shirts, a Lego display, a mailing to donors, a worship service, a new hymn and a contest to choose a “Book of the Year.”
Nuggets for witnessing through social media based on a KFUO interview with Rev. Mark Wood.
The April 24-26 Sharathon for Worldwide KFUO.org will offer special guests and thank-you incentives to donors.
Among actions at its Feb. 14 meeting, the LCMS Board of Directors approves the five regions into which LCMS districts are grouped.
Interested in making a charitable donation before year’s end? Check out the Synod’s “Make a Gift” website!
“Cross Edges,” with five new programs aimed at young adults and offering fresh talk about contemporary Lutheran Christianity, begins Dec. 2 on the LCMS-owned Worldwide KFUO.
The Rev. Craig J. Donofrio, formerly of Pasadena, Calif., is installed Nov. 11 as assistant director of Broadcast Services for KFUO Radio.