earn how one congregation has found a unique way to love and care for shepherds — those hurting and bearing deep wounds — without sheep.
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Dr. E. Christian Kopff, associate professor of Classics at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo., finds passion for his work in his Lutheran faith.
by Jeni Miller Tired out, burned out, kicked out, down and out. It’s no secret — or shouldn’t be — that our LCMS church workers are susceptible to suffering just like those they serve. Sometimes this suffering is connected with health or financial issues. Other times it can be traced directly to the daily stress […]
During her 19 years as a volunteer at the Lutheran Home in Wauwatosa, Wis., Ruth Martens has found that the benefits of serving others greatly outweigh the sacrifices.
LCMS youth and young adults are actively engaged in caring for their neighbor, both here and abroad. These young people come together from all across the country to work hard, give of themselves and their time, and contribute to the well-being of their church and community for the sake of Christ.
One young adult believes church music can bridge gaps, and she’s using her God-given talents to prove it.