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Learn the key factor behind the decline in LCMS membership
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.
Journal of Lutheran Mission
Discover the newest and oldest trends in missiology in this e-publication of the LCMS Offices of National and International Mission. See how the Lord is using His people to share the good news of the Gospel both at home and to the ends of the earth.
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- Celebrate the Reformation by Reading the Bible July 27, 2017
- Movie review: ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ July 25, 2017
- Black Ministry convocation brings people together in worship, learning, fellowship July 25, 2017
- Lutheran Hope Center, Community Empowerment Center of Ferguson – Grand Opening on July 26 July 25, 2017
- Tim Klinkenberg: It's our ecclesiology. Once our pastors have don...
- John Nail: Excellent show! Thanks for sharing it with us....
- Kathy Lane: Wow! I admit I'm a 'Plant of the Apes' groupie!...
- Carl H: The Jesus who warned the disciples that the world ...