Since 2002, Jesus Is Lord Mission donates more than $2.4 million to its only ministry partner — the LCMS.
The June 2015 issue of the “Journal of Lutheran Mission” reflects on the way in which the Holy Spirit has moved the Gospel from place to place.
The LCMS Office of International Mission is releasing an updated version of “Mission Friends,” a free children’s program that explores mission work around the world.
The collapse of Christianity in the West and the ramifications of America’s changing demographics are among topics presented during the LCMS Mission Summit.
That was the goal of the International Endeavor Conference, held May 29 with leaders from the Synod, Concordia University System (CUS) and several CUS schools.
Church leaders — and later, congregations — are receiving a poster to help spread the word about the need for supporting the mission.
The 2014 national conference of the Association of Lutheran Mission Agencies, or ALMA, is planned for Jan. 30-31 in St. Louis.
The Synod’s two mission boards review a draft of “A Theological Statement for Mission in the 21st Century,” a document mandated by the 2013 Synod convention.