As ALEA Executive Director, Karin L. Semler will help ALEA member schools learn from each other and network regionally and internationally.
Chaplain Mark Schreiber of Palm Coast, Fla., will receive the highest honor given by the Synod’s Ministry to the Armed Forces.
DOXOLOGY inducts seven pastors, as collegium researches tough topics.
The funeral service is set for 9:30 a.m. (EST) Nov. 4 at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Dedham, Mass.
The Rev. Bill Engfehr, an LCMS emergency-services chaplain in Collinsville, Ill., receives the Red Cross Community Preparedness and Resiliency Award.
The Rev. Randall Golter will lead the Synod’s 2017 Reformation-celebration planning and the new LCMS preaching-enhancement program.
The Rev. Mark Kiessling is now interim director of LCMS Youth Ministry and the Rev. Dr. Terry Dittmer is Youth Ministry’s senior director — youth ministry specialist.
Chaplain Craig G. Muehler, who began work in the new post Aug. 28, succeeds Chaplain Mark J. Schreiber.
A memorial service is planned for Sept. 27 at Grace Lutheran Church, Pocatello, Idaho.
They are the Rev. Marcus Zill, the Rev. Mark Wood, Matthew Bergholt, Deaconess Mireya Johnson and Ross Stroh.
The Rev. Dan McMiller is installed Aug. 14 as director of recruitment for the LCMS Office of International Mission.
Dr. James Koerschen, former president of Concordia University, Ann Arbor, Mich., dies July 17 at age 67.
Ralph Simon — formerly with Concordia Plan Services — is the Foundation’s new vice-president of Investment Services.
The Rev. Bart Day, executive director of the Office of National Mission, will serve as the Synod’s interim chief mission officer (CMO) until a new CMO is named.
A former missionary in Eastern Europe, the Rev. James Krikava will assist the Rev. Tony Booker, regional director for Eurasia.
The Rev. Mark A. Wood (left) is director of LCMS Witness & Outreach Ministry, and the Rev. Marcus T. Zill is director of LCMS Campus Ministry and LCMS U.