The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Commission on Theology and Church Relations (CTCR) has prepared a Bible study titled “Immigrants Among Us: A Lutheran Framework for Addressing Immigration Issues” to complement a 2012 CTCR report of the same name.
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service receives funds from the participants’ registration for the 5K run/walk during the 2016 LCMS Youth Gathering in New Orleans.
A digital resource kit from Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service is available to congregations and schools.
The LCMS extends its mercy work through special partnerships with Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, Lutheran Services in America and Lutheran World Relief.
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service partners are providing care and services to help with the recent influx of unaccompanied immigrant children in the U.S.
The kit to help congregations, schools and campus ministries mark the June 22 observance is due to be mailed in mid-April.
Representatives from 38 organizations that work with immigrants and refugees gather in Baltimore for the Feb. 24-26 conference.
The trafficking of men, women and children for labor or sexual exploitation fuels an underground economy of misery in the United States.