In this Life Together Digest, the Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS), discusses the Synod’s celebration of the 500 year anniversary of Luther’s “Here I Stand” speech at the Diet of Worms, as well as the approaching 175th anniversary of the founding of the LCMS (in 2022).
LCMS Stewardship Ministry compares a hardworking high school basketball player to the quiet, prayerful and consistent steward.
The LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces newsletter reflects on the importance of water in our lives and on how Jesus alone is the fount of life-giving water that saves us from the thirst of our sin.
Jesus Christ is our perfect example of love, and Lutherans show that love to others through their words and deeds.
In this month’s Life Together Digest, the Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, discusses Luther’s assertion that “the Christian life is a discipleship of suffering.”
The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter reminds us of the opportunities God gives us to work together in unity to benefit our communities through the love of Christ.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry considers how Christmas lights pushed back the darkness of uncertainty and unrest this past year.
November edition features information on 2021 life marches, closed Communion, worship resources for Advent/Christmas, and other resources.
The LCMS Recognized Service Organizations newsletter features information about Shepherd’s Heart Ministry and the vision of this RSO to share the love of Christ with hurting people after natural disasters.
The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter reminds us to bring the eternal message of the Gospel to those around us, especially during these uncertain times.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry addresses the difficulty and frequent failure of many New Year’s resolutions, especially when they rely on our own efforts. It discusses how we can re-frame our resolve according to our God-given vocations.
In this month’s Life Together Digest, the Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, discusses the vocation of Christians to pray during these times of turmoil — economic, racial, medical and political.