In this blog post, I hope to offer some clarifications that will further the efforts of interested readers, as they make plans for the future of their ministries in the challenging cultural landscape of 21st-century America.
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It is important for us to identify young people who have a heart for ministry and encourage them to consider church work as a vocation.
What studying LCMS Baptism and Confirmation trends reveals about the state of our church body and our hope for the future.
What I’ve learned from a friend who does Crossfit and why the Church should take notice.
I’m noticing the music of the Christmas season this year as I reflect on music and the role of music in youth ministry.
How can you be part of that natural change in the spheres of life where God has placed you?
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- Ross Johnson
- Joel Hempel
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- Amy Gray
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- Aug. 23 webinar: ‘Faith on the Field: The Vocation of an Athlete’ August 22, 2017
- New book on Law/Gospel distinction features 13 essays August 22, 2017
- LCMS Stewardship: August 2017 StewardCAST newsletter August 21, 2017
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- Rev. D. Lee Andrzejewski: Beautiful prayer. Thank you... and Amen....
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