Dr. John Eckrich, a retired practicing physician and the founder of Grace Place Wellness Ministries, teaches on “Fear, Anxiety, and Wellness: Journey to a Heart at Peace.”
Even as our world changes, the Word of God remains the same. The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod proclaims this truth here and throughout the world in mission work, disaster response, universities, seminaries and especially in our congregations.
The highlight and culmination of seminary training is Call Day, when the LCMS sends forth pastors and deaconesses.
Deaconess Sandra Rhein assists Lutheran church bodies around the world in creating a hymnal of their own.
Ever wonder how your dollar gets to help the people who are affected by disasters? Watch to learn how LCMS Disaster Response ensures the money contributed reaches where aid is most beneficial.
The Rev. Dr. Daniel Paavola uses his book Our Way Home: A Journey through the Lord’s Prayer to explain how parish nurses can use each petition of the Lord’s Prayer to connect with the people they serve.
Almost six months after Hurricane Harvey devastated coastal Texas, see what LCMS congregations and volunteers are doing to help restore homes and lives there.
Jennie Johnson, RN-BC, Ph.D., parish nurse at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Rathdrum, Idaho, will present helpful information on the current understanding of how heart attacks and strokes develop and the connection with dementia during the February video lecture for parish nurses.
The Rev. Dan P. Gilbert, president of the LCMS Northern Illinois District, takes a look at confidentiality, what God teaches in His Word about it and how parish nurses should handle this issue.
A blessed Advent to you all and a very Merry Christmas!
We’ve heard about great Reformation 500 celebrations all over the country so we’re excited to share some of those with you.
Muench’s presentation will discuss the value of working as a team.