The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter encourages readers to meet the ever-changing world head on, proclaiming the clear message of the Gospel.
Hosted by LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission, Rev. Mike Moreno (PMHP/PMSW), mental health and marriage counselor at Christ Lutheran Church in Norfolk, Neb., presented a webinar titled “Leadership Through Conflict” on May 13, 2021.
The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter provides encouragement for us to continue to boldly proclaim the love of God in Christ Jesus.
The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights the importance of strategic planning for congregations.
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.
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.
The LCMS Rural and Small Town Mission newsletter reminds us that God guides us, even though times of transition and change.
The LCMS Rural and Small Town Mission newsletter discusses ways a deaconess can assist the pastors of local congregations and organizations.
The Rural and Small Town Mission newsletter highlights the value of working together in partnerships, and it shares models for congregations considering how to partner together to spread God’s Word.
Grace Place Wellness Ministries has been teaching church workers and their spouses to safeguard their wellness, for their own good and the good of those they serve, particularly during times of trial and great need.
The Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights ways that congregations can graciously welcome their new pastor and his family.
The Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights how the church must find her place in responding to the opioid epidemic that has affected many families in the United States.
The Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights how God’s purpose for our lives is expressed in the various vocations, or callings, that we have. He calls us to be His children and makes each aspect of our lives “holy ground.”
The Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s “re:Vitality” initiative and how congregations can come to better understand and pursue their mission through it.