“The Way of Concord: From Historic Text to Contemporary Witness” by the Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb, at right, is intended to deepen understanding of “The Book of Concord.”
At its April 22-25 meeting, the council hears reports and conducts business including the placement of pastoral candidates and assignment of vicars throughout the Synod.
The workshop — June 25 to July 3 at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne — is designed to improve the skills of deaf-ministry interpreters in church settings.
A new addition to a multi-use building in Santiago, Dominican Republic, will now house a regional disaster-response/mercy center.
Positions are available with the LCMS Michigan District, Lutheran Church Extension Fund and Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod colleges, universities and seminaries.
Topics discussed by the LCMS Council of Presidents include ecclesiastical supervision, calling pastors on candidate status, immigration and seminary concerns.
High-school and college students as well as adults are invited to attend visitation events at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, and Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Synod President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison also offers thoughts on the importance of confessing Christ in a shifting society.
The Stair Climb Team of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, takes part in the annual fundraiser for the American Lung Association April 2 in St. Louis.
The seminar is designed for Mandarin-speaking North American Chinese Christians who want to engage in a deeper study of Scripture and the catechism.
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, and Peace Officer Ministries Inc. will host “Christian Law Enforcement Chaplaincy — Theology and Practice” May 23-27 on the seminary campus.