The LCMS Board for National Mission convened Oct. 13 and 14 in St. Louis.
The Making Disciples for Life fall conference took place Oct. 10–12 at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis.
The 2022–2023 edition of ‘Chapel Talks’ is available as a free, downloadable PDF or a for-purchase paperback.
The train, which was carrying 275 passengers and 12 crew members, derailed in Mendon, Mo., about 100 miles northeast of Kansas City.
The budget includes total revenue of just over $82 million and total spending of $81.4 million.
Every One His Witness (E1HW) is now available at no cost to anyone who registers at the E1HW website.
This past fall and winter, teams composed of one member each from the Boards for National and International Mission met in person or via Zoom with every district of the Synod.
An upcoming seminar will explore ways for those involved in life ministry or advocacy to reach the unchurched with the Gospel.
The retreats, titled “Take Heart! Renewed to Be a Blessing,” are funded by the LCMS Office of National Mission.
In addition to advocating for life and teaching all generations about the sanctity of human life, the LCMS remains dedicated to supporting families in need after the birth of a child.
Alan Freeman, associate director of LCMS School Ministry, and the Rev. Doug Griebenaw, mission advocate for KFUO Radio, were installed at the LCMS International Center on Feb. 10.
The conference, titled “The Rock in Shifting Sands,” was held Jan. 10–12 at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis.