by David Fiedler The sole pastor of a medium-size LCMS congregation can still hear the voice on the other end of the line. It was an attorney calling. “Pastor,” said the attorney, “we’re settling the estate of a man who…
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) Foundation has announced a reduction in its custodial account pricing schedule, a move that positively affects hundreds of LCMS ministries holding investment assets with the Foundation.
Training equips a range of leaders to help members practice good stewardship in charitable planning for the benefit of families and ministries.
Ralph Simon — formerly with Concordia Plan Services — is the Foundation’s new vice-president of Investment Services.
The Synod’s Board of Directors elects officers for the 2013-16 triennium and takes a number of other actions.
Mark Cannon, the Rev. Michael Meyer and Terry L. Schmidt are installed by Synod President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison Aug. 19 in St. Louis.
Mark Cannon of St. Louis joins The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod Foundation as senior vice-president for Finance and Administration.