The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Office of National Mission is investing significant energy and effort in working with our districts to assist in their church planting efforts.
Marriage is one of the many gifts God gives to us. It is right, good and beautiful in His eyes.
God help us. He does, and He will. End times? Yes, indeed. “God is faithful,” as the apostle says (1 Cor. 1:9). And this faith in Christ is “a living, busy, active, mighty thing.”
“It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man.” ~ Psalm 118:8 My name is Marcus Zill and I am a recovering adrenaline addict. I am a junkie. My drug of choice has not been…
Dr. E. Christian Kopff, associate professor of Classics at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo., finds passion for his work in his Lutheran faith.
LCMS youth and young adults are actively engaged in caring for their neighbor, both here and abroad. These young people come together from all across the country to work hard, give of themselves and their time, and contribute to the well-being of their church and community for the sake of Christ.
LCMS U director reminds college students: “God has a habit of working great things out of dark moments.”
What makes the challenges of anti-theism particularly troublesome is the fact that they are moral problems at heart.
Laura Davis, director of Y4Life (a ministry of Lutherans for Life), reviews the recent Y4Life Campus Ministry Student Leadership Summit (March 27-29, 2015) aimed at equipping college students to be peer leaders in life-affirming programs on their campuses. Lydia Wallace, nursing student at Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon, shared her perspective on the summit as well.
Pastor Jay Winters, University Lutheran Church, Tallahassee, Fla., and Florida State student, Garrett Fanskousky, discuss topics important for parents to know about freshman year in college and the importance of campus ministry.
The issue focuses on topics of interest to college-age youth: the contraceptive culture, the death penalty, social media, sexual morality, depression and sin.
“TABOO,” the 2015 LCMS U campus-ministry conference, addressed the tough issues of sexuality and marriage and provided an opportunity for ministry to LGBTQ supporters.
See photographs from the 2015 TABOO National LCMS Campus Ministry Conference at Saint Louis University.
With some 475 participants, the Jan. 5-7 LCMS campus-ministry conference addresses topics the culture may not want the Church discussing.
Bethany Woelmer, a participant in the Jan. 5-7 LCMS campus-ministry conference in St. Louis, offers her observations on the event.