Receipt of presidential election voter registration forms began on Oct. 25 and will continue until March 24, 2019.
An undesignated “Together as Synod” gift to the LCMS enhances domestic and international efforts to witness and show mercy to others, and to live life together as children of God.
Dawn Oldenettel, principal of St. John’s Lutheran School in West Bend, Wis., received the award in October in Washington, D.C.
The report stresses the complementary relationship that exists between the priesthood of all believers and the Office of the Holy Ministry.
Hemingway played a key journalistic role in bringing the Gosnell case to national attention.
20 million confessional Lutherans worldwide were represented at the conference, held Sept. 25–28 in Antwerp, Belgium.
The new resource will help Lutherans share the Gospel in a world where many people see science as a god.
The Rev. Phillip Baerwolf, associate pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church and School in East Dundee, Ill., has been named the recipient of the 2018 National Lutheran School Accreditation School Shepherd Award.
Gard, the 11th person to have served the university as president since its founding in 1864, became president in 2014.
The focus groups will provide the opportunity to give feedback crucial to helping workers and their families throughout the Synod.
Schools of Distinction are rated in the top 5 percent of overall school accreditation ratings.
Three historic LCMS congregations are rebuilding following catastrophic losses earlier this year.
The sixth module of the Synod’s ongoing program for fostering excellence in preaching is taught by the Rev. Dr. David H. Petersen.
More rain is predicted this week, and much of the state remains under a flood warning.
Dr. Rebecca Schmidt, former associate director of LCMS School Ministry, has accepted the call to serve as director, replacing Terry Schmidt (no relation), who retired July 2 after 15 years as director.