Discover both the opportunities and challenges the Lutheran Church experiences 500 years after the Reformation.
The essays focused on the role of theological education and individual catechesis.
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Throughout time, the Church continues to reform and repent, dialogue and discern. This issue focuses on the community of believers who call themselves Lutheran and the confession they make as a result.
Featuring papers from the recent LCMS Mission Summit, the April issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission discusses and critiques seminary education and the importance of teaching the faith both at home and around the world.
In the special December issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission, church leaders from around the world offer insights from a recent International Lutheran Council meeting, discussing how Lutherans are poised to take the Reformation into the world.
The September 2015 issue of The Journal of Lutheran Mission focuses on the 2015 Reformation celebration.
The June 2015 issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission reflects on the way in which the Holy Spirit has moved the Gospel from place to place, working when and where it pleases God.
In this special issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission, readers learn from German pastor, theologian and mission leader Friedrich Wilhelm Hopf (1910-1982) how Lutheran missions lead to Lutheran churches.
This issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission focuses on the topic of mercy. Most of the papers found in this issue were presented at the International Disaster Conference held at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind., in September 2014.
The second issue of the journal features papers from confessional Lutheran church leaders who presented at the International Lutheran Council’s fifth world seminary conference. Both the conference and this issue of the journal focus on the theme “Suffering, Persecution and Martyrdom as a Mark of the Church.”