Read the November-December 2015 issue to get a glimpse of what happens when Lutherans Engage the World in kairos and do not grow weary of doing grace-filled works of mercy for their neighbor.
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LCMS Life Ministry’s free ultrasound curriculum is being sought after not only within the LCMS but also among non-LCMS faith communities across the country.
Two new wells in Malawi were made possible by LCMS grants totaling approximately $24,000, and the water is used for baptisms in the Confessional Lutheran Church–Malawi Synod.
After consultation with SELK leaders and LCMS missionary staff in Europe, the Synod has established a restricted-use fund for donations for those compelled to help with LCMS mercy ministry and human-care efforts exclusively pertaining to the global refugee crisis.
earn how one congregation has found a unique way to love and care for shepherds — those hurting and bearing deep wounds — without sheep.
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.