The LCMS equips pastors, directors of Christian outreach, directors of Christian outreach, school teachers and others to support the parent’s task of raising up a child in the way God wants that child to go.
Before Rosa Parks, there was Rosa Young. 4 leadership lessons from Rosa Young on leaving a lasting impact
God help us. He does, and He will. End times? Yes, indeed. “God is faithful,” as the apostle says (1 Cor. 1:9). And this faith in Christ is “a living, busy, active, mighty thing.”
These precious words need to be on our hearts and spoken into and onto our children, the young sinner/saints committed by God to our care.
Life together begins in Christ. There is no life apart from the One “through whom all things were made.” The life of Christ is the life of the world, our life together.
Even as a child, Scott Schumacher felt God calling him to serve in the Lutheran school system.
One young adult believes church music can bridge gaps, and she’s using her God-given talents to prove it.
Whether it’s helping children cope with the demands of urban living or helping others rise above challenges they face in learning, Lutheran educators across the nation are there to help.
Since 1996, the LCMS School Leadership Development Program has produced a pool of almost 400 potential administrative candidates.
Mike Schiemann, principal, Forest Hills Lutheran Christian School, Cornelius, Ore.; Dr. Christopher Cody, principal, Mt. Olive Lutheran School, Milwaukee, Wis.; and Terry Schmidt, director, LCMS School Ministry, share their appreciation for teachers.
The National Lutheran School Accreditation Commission selects five Lutheran schools in the United States for special recognition as “exemplary accredited schools.”
They are the Rev. Marcus Zill, the Rev. Mark Wood, Matthew Bergholt, Deaconess Mireya Johnson and Ross Stroh.
Early childhood educators are inspired through joint collaboration and planning at district early childhood conference.
Early childhood educators are inspired through joint collaboration and planning at district early childhood conferences.
NLSA has moved forward with a new evidence based accreditation process to serve Lutheran schools. Learn more about that process in this blog.
The National Lutheran School Accreditation commission also receives training in new accreditation protocols that it approved a year ago.