The Rev. John E. Hill was elected to his second term as president of the LCMS Wyoming District at the district’s 19th convention, held May 3-5.
Directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, “Avengers: Infinity War” is a gift to MARVEL fans, honoring previous films in the franchise while bringing its own contributions to the saga.
The Rev. Robert Zagore will begin serving as executive director of the LCMS Office of National Mission in mid-May.
The workshop is set for June 25–July 6 at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne.
Both Caitlin Copeland and Caitlyn Covington graduated April 28 from Concordia University Texas after overcoming unusual circumstances.
The Rev. Waldemar R. Vinovskis succeeds the Rev. Andrew J. Dzurovcik as president of the LCMS SELC District.
Lutheran scholar, historian and novelist Rev. Dr. Paul L. Maier of Kalamazoo, Mich., is recognized for a lifetime of accomplishments.
The fundraiser, which runs through May 7, aims to assist new graduates in purchasing supplies for their ministry.
The “call day” services were held April 24–25 at the seminaries in St. Louis and Fort Wayne, Ind.
“A Quiet Place” is the rare horror film that invites the audience to become invested in the characters, as opposed to horror films that include characters for the sole purpose of gruesome deaths.
The Rev. Barrie E. Henke was elected to his fourth term as district president on the first ballot.
The Rev. Scott C. Sailer was elected to his second term as district president on the first ballot.
Heart for Texas, a coalition of Lutheran organizations partnering with volunteers and businesses in Texas and beyond, is helping homeowners return as closely as possible to normal life.
It’s the third consecutive first-place finish for Texas in Lutheran Church Extension Fund’s seventh annual National Student Marketing Competition.
The third installment in the “God’s Not Dead” series is a vast improvement over the first two, but this doesn’t mean it’s a good film, only that it’s a better film.