A reported 90 million Americans have experienced temperatures of zero degrees Fahrenheit or lower this week, and at least 21 deaths have been attributed to the cold.
Some 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day. Many older adults are healthy, active and want to serve others.
Volunteers at some 160 ministry centers across the United States produce Christian materials in multiple languages for distribution in more than 130 countries.
The conference, held in Fort Wayne, Ind., offered dozens of sectionals, plenty of opportunities for fellowship, and worship at Concordia Theological Seminary and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.
Created and led by the directors of LCMS Rural & Small Town and Urban & Inner-City Mission, the course uses a combination of videos, prayers, Bible readings and study questions to guide new pastors in their transition from seminary to rural or urban ministry.
Almost four years after its dedication in 2015, the center continues to host visitors, worshipers, students and neighbors who stop by to talk, learn and reflect.
The works of Graupner, a contemporary of Bach, are enjoying renewed interest after having been “lost” for many years.
News from LCMS colleges and seminaries.
Elda Kieschnick died on Jan. 10 at the age of 102.
The new award recognizes and thanks remarkable volunteers.
The online resources from LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission and LCMS Church Planting are available at no cost.
The issue follows God’s people as they serve those in need in Kenyan refugee camps, immigrant communities and disaster zones.
The Indonesian Christian Lutheran Church (GKLI) and the LCMS are helping bring God’s Word to nomadic people in Jambi.
The Epiphany issue, “Light for All Nations,” examines a range of topics relating to missions and evangelism.
The LCMS Council of Presidents held its fall meeting in San Diego Nov. 12-15.
At its 44th annual banquet, CHI presented awards in the categories of family history, biography and historic preservation, among others.