As the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation approaches, the Vatican and the Lutheran World Federation agree in a joint document to set aside centuries of hostility and prejudice.
For the first time, the federal government issues written guidelines for houses of worship that are confronted with a homicidal gunman.
Paintings and sculptures of what may be the most iconic scene in the history of art — the crucifixion of Jesus — are no longer commanding the auction prices they once did.
A new campus-ministry page on the “LCMS U” website offers two tools designed to help students find LCMS campus ministries at colleges and universities nationwide.
The Lutheran Hispanic Missionary Institute will host its first national Partners in Latino Ministries Conference Oct. 23-25 in El Paso, Texas.
The one-minute prayers are designed to help families “make prayer part of [their] daily routine,” according to Concordia Publishing House.
- Lutherans, Catholics bury hatchet for Reformation’s 500th June 19, 2013
- Feds release first guidelines for confronting a church shooter June 19, 2013
- Crucifixion images no longer command auction prices June 19, 2013
- Website offers tools to link students, campus ministries June 19, 2013
- Institute to host Latino Ministries Conference June 19, 2013