financial

Wulf on LCMS 2016 fiscal year: ‘Nervous and cautious’

When donors get nervous about the future of the economy or changing societal norms, donated resources decline overall.

Wulf relates Synod finances to understanding of community

Being good stewards is not only about managing individual resources, but also about taking care of the community, he says.

Council of Presidents assigns vicarages, first calls

The district presidents also meet with seminary faculty and hear reports from LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison and LCMS Secretary Rev. Dr. Raymond Hartwig.

Synod reports $6 million unrestricted-asset increase

LCMS leaders say the national Synod continues to improve its financial position, with recent statements showing a $6 million increase in total unrestricted net assets since 2010.