Plans taking shape for 2017 Reformation celebration

Worship opportunities, outreach grants, Web resources and a documentary are some of the ways the Synod and its partners plan to mark the 500th Reformation anniversary.

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Millennials: the ‘don’t judge generation’ on sexual morality

More than half of 18- to 35-year-olds say that in some situations having an abortion is the “most responsible decision.”

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Reaching Rural America for Christ Newsletter – April 2015

In this issue from LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission (RSTM), ways that congregations can properly welcome their new pastor and his family are discussed and provided. Being patient, offering forgiveness and being there for them are just some of the steps church members can take to help make their transition less difficult.

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KFUO Audio: Faith’n’Family – Events and Resources for Families with Special Needs

Delores Desemone, Co-Chair of the St. Charles County Chapter of Lutherans for Life, and Jerry Marks, Phd, LCSW, of Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri, discuss upcoming events offering resources and fun to families with special needs.

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A sign nailed to a tree punctuates the dusk Thursday, March27, 2014, outside a neighborhood in Baltimore, Md. LCMS Communications/Erik M. Lunsford

Wounds, Scars and Bloody Death in the City: A Good Friday Reflection

– Her first day as our deaconess fieldworker, she rushed to the HUD facility on our campus to come to the aid of an elderly woman who slipped in the shower. The elderly woman’s arm dangled in mangled pieces, she was draped only in the shower curtain and blood. – Shortly after being installed, our […]

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Harrison shares Holy Week message

Synod President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison notes that on Good Friday, “that day of deepest darkness, our God was loving the world, loving you and me and all who fail Him.”

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