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Why a Lutheran Journal on Mission?

To the reader: The premier issue of this journal reflects papers and responses from the Summit on Lutheran Mission held in San Antonio, Texas, in November 2013.

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LCMS Mission: A Paradigm of Its Own

What are direct challenges to our mission identity?

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What Will Happen to Missouri?

How steeled are we to confess the faith, knowing that times of hostility toward those who hold to a clear, biblical confession are rapidly approaching?

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Challenges to Teaching the Faith as a Component of Mission Strategy

As a response to Dr. Arand’s paper, “Teaching the Faith as a Component of Mission Strategy,” President Cripe details how pastors, teachers and parents can best carry out the all-important task of passing on the faith through imparting, receiving and applying that which is found in Luther’s Catechism.

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Response to Detlev Schultz: “LCMS Mission — A Paradigm of Its Own”

What’s the difference between “church” and “mission”?

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Teaching the Faith Once Delivered

How do Luther’s Small and Large Catechisms assist us in carrying out a theology of missions when it comes to dealing with those outside the faith? In this article, the Rev. Dr. Charles P. Arand explains that they provide a framework for thinking about missions along with plenty of theological food-for-thought regarding our assumptions for […]

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