Updates about LCMS mission work around the world.
The magazine is published in 20 languages through the Concordia Mission Society and read in over 100 countries.
What joy is ours as resurrection people to participate is Christ’s own great mission of seeking, finding and saving the lost!
The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League gears up to celebrate its 75th anniversary at the June 22-25, 2017, convention.
Vessey died of natural causes Aug. 18 in North Oaks, Minn., surrounded by family, at the age of 94.
Mission grant proposals for consideration at the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League’s 2017 convention may be submitted through Sept. 30.
The most well-intentioned gifts, given in the wrong way, often end up hurting the recipient, the community, and the local church.
The online catalog provides information about specific national and international mission projects open to receiving special gifts and offerings.
The Beautiful Feet Mission Conference — a gathering for mission-minded college students — is set for Nov. 12-14 at Concordia University, Nebraska, in Seward, Neb.
The edition contains papers presented at the second International Conference on Confessional Leadership this past spring in Wittenberg, Germany.
Lutheran women contribute more than $19,000 over the auxiliary’s goal for mission projects in 2013-15.
The February edition of the “Journal of Lutheran Mission” includes papers presented at the LCMS International Disaster Conference last September.
Instead of hoping that people will come inside your church, set up healing stations on the sidewalk, set out food and coffee for passers-by, set up large screens and speakers.
The collapse of Christianity in the West and the ramifications of America’s changing demographics are among topics presented during the LCMS Mission Summit.