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.
The LCMS is in the beginning stages of creating a church-planting initiative to help districts, circuits and congregations.
Maintaining a Christian presence on college campuses is important, but perhaps never more so than in the face of a tragedy.
New anti-discrimination rules for campus groups mean it can no longer be required that the president of the Christian student fellowship be Christian.
The registration deadline is now Nov. 17 for the Jan. 5-7 conference in St. Louis that is geared toward college students, but open to anyone interested in campus ministry in the Synod.
See photographs from the inauguration convocation for the Rev. Dr. Daniel Lee Gard, president of Concordia University Chicago, on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, in River Forest, Ill. Photographs by Erik M. Lunsford, staff photojournalist in LCMS Communications.
The “TABOO” conference is geared toward college students, but is open to anyone interested in campus ministry in the Synod.
The Synod’s campus ministries reach young people during a crucial time in their lives, helping them to keep the faith and develop into servant leaders for the Church and the world.
The 2015 campus-ministry (LCMS U) conference is set for Jan. 5-7 in St. Louis and the 2016 LCMS convention is July 9-14 in Milwaukee.
They are the Rev. Marcus Zill, the Rev. Mark Wood, Matthew Bergholt, Deaconess Mireya Johnson and Ross Stroh.
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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.
The resources will be available free to districts, congregations and schools to use at any time during the month.
The future is bright for LCMS Campus Ministry. An LCMS U chapter in Boulder, Colo., is meeting great challenges and opportunities through a creative ministry model that involves students and a mission society of area churches.