Nine photos taken during 2016 illustrate how God has been at work worldwide through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service receives funds from the participants’ registration for the 5K run/walk during the 2016 LCMS Youth Gathering in New Orleans.
In Christ alone our lives echo Christ’s humility. Youth demonstrated this through service at the Gathering. Continue to be an echo at home.
Reflecting on the 2016 LCMS Youth Gathering, giving thanks to God and asking for continued prayers.
Youth Gathering participants spend 33,000 hours volunteering and have an estimated economic impact of $29.4 million on the city of New Orleans.
Anyone not attending may follow the July 16-20 event in New Orleans through an array of resources and opportunities.
The LCMS Board for National Mission extends a third “specialized pastoral ministry” call to the Rev. Thomas Waynick of Fort Benning, Ga.
When we see positive data like the Youth Polls present, why wouldn’t we want that for all our teens? How are we investing in all youth?
Are young people’s attitudes and experiences any different in 2016 from what they were in 1980?
Let’s boldly step out in faith to give generously as an act of mercy for our neighbor and in support of youth who will pack the meals next summer.
The church has an opportunity to grow in generosity by providing funds for a similar meal packing event that will take place at the 2016 LCMS Youth Gathering.
If Lutherans know how to feed people inside the church, should we not also become experts in feeding people outside of the church?