The conference brought in over 170 attendees from 22 states and Canada, including pastors, lay leaders, and district and Synod workers.
The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission Newsletter includes a recap and pictures from the 2018 National RSTM Conference, which was held Nov. 8–10 in Kansas City, Mo.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission Newsletter highlights how worshipers can benefit when smaller congregations expand the base hymnody and liturgy.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission Newsletter provides information about why a congregation should undertake a ministry specifically to its inactive members.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission Newsletter provides information about the 2018 National RSTM Conference, which is scheduled for Nov. 8–10 in Kansas City, Mo., at the Hilton Kansas City Airport.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission Newsletter highlights the challenges and blessings that abound when leading churches with schools.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission Newsletter highlights the collaborative work that has been taking place among churches in western Kansas for more than 40 years.
LCMS Rural & Small-Town Mission Newsletter highlights how Concordia Center for the Family in Ann Arbor, Mich., promotes and encourages healthy Christ-centered family relationships.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter focuses on how rural and small-town churches in America are poised to become the spiritual renewal center for older adult ministries.
This issue of Reaching Rural America for Christ focuses on sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with Muslims. Christians need to be confident that the power of the Gospel can change hearts as God’s Word is preached.
We give thanks to God for the incredible support He gives to us through our volunteers.
When dual and multi parishes work together, partnership in the Gospel needs to be at the center of all they do. These partnerships need to be focused on strengthening the Body of Christ and sharing Christ’s love and light with the disconnected and unchurched.
This issue of Reaching Rural America for Christ discusses things congregations should prayerfully consider when starting a midweek children’s ministry.
This issue of Reaching Rural America for Christ discusses the importance of the servant leadership role of the pastor in a rural and small-town congregation. The newsletter also includes practical suggestions for how pastors can use the talents and abilities that God has given them to influence the individuals and groups they shepherd.