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Second issue of mission journal released

This volume addresses the Church’s expressing comfort and peace as Christians around the world face increasing persecution on account of Christ.

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CPH throws 19th ‘Operation F.U.N.’ party

This fall, Concordia Publishing House employees give away some 800 backpacks filled with school supplies, and treat local families to free food and take-home crafts.

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Many church choirs are dying — here’s why

The newly released National Congregations Study finds church choirs are on the downbeat in white Protestant churches across the theological spectrum.

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Brantly donates blood to another doctor fighting Ebola

An American physician who contracted Ebola while working in West Africa has received a blood transfusion from Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly.

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Church Work Careers Infographic

The Concordia University System offers many programs to train students for church work careers.

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Lutherans Engage the World — Engaging the Church in the work of witness and mercy
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Devotional Thought for St. Matthew’s Day

Each of these gifts – whether in material wealth, or intelligence, or beauty, or family, etc. – is not only a gift but a duty.

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