Relationships are prone to “spills.” How is God at work for our relational well-being?
The new edition expands the program’s usefulness to Spanish-speaking congregations, pastors and laypeople in both the United States and abroad.
Where are leaks in our lives a good thing to have?
Two resolutions from the 2019 LCMS convention — Res. 11–04A (“To Affirm the Common Humanity of All People and Ethnicities”) and Res. 11–05A (“To Encourage Responsible Citizenship and Compassion Toward Neighbors Who Are Immigrants Among Us”) — are available in both English and Spanish. See both versions below.
What’s under the foundation of our spiritual houses? How is Christ “seeping in” to our days and our moments?
Julianna Shults, a director of Christian education and program manager for the LCMS Lutheran Young Adult Corps, shares how the program’s long-term deployed volunteers benefit urban mission.
In Christ, we learn that we are more sinful than we ever thought, yet we are more loved than we ever dared to dream.
The conference is funded in part by a grant from the LCMS Office of National Mission.
LCMS Worship offers Propers as suggestions for the celebration of midweek Vespers or Evening Prayer in the 2019 Advent season.
Tiny changes in our culture, like the way our calendars are written, can impact the way we view each week. Here’s one small way to put God first.
We might have sweaty, smelly feet, but God still uses us mightily. Where and how do we publish good news to unexpected people, in unexpected ways?