Thanks to the many donations received each year, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is able to provide millions of dollars in grants to support domestic and international work.
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Do you know someone who is considering a career as a Lutheran pastor, teacher, deaconess or other church worker? There are many different ways to serve the church and its vital ministries. Learn more about where the various church-work programs are offered around the country.
There are many opportunities to serve The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod at both the national and local levels.
The Global Seminary Initiative (GSI) strengthens international Lutheran church bodies by strengthening their seminaries, while Chemnitz Library Initiative (CLI) focuses on enhancing their libraries.
On Jan. 22, some 380 Lutherans joined the LCMS at the 42nd annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. Nearly half of those marching with the LCMS were high school or college students. Want to inspire your youth to stand up for life? Here are some ways you can get involved without having to travel […]
For more than 100 years, the LCMS has carried out international mission work. Nearly every Synod convention since 1974 resolved to grow the number of career missionaries serving overseas. In 2013, the Synod convention adopted Res. 1-11, “To Recruit and Place More Career Missionaries,” which called for the doubling of career missionaries.