The December 2017 issue is now available for free download.
The essays focused on the role of theological education and individual catechesis.
Interested in learning about LCMS missions and missionaries who will be pioneers of global mission work right here in our own backyard?
The March “Journal of Lutheran Mission” outlines the way that LCMS domestic missionaries and others are reaching out.
Demographic reports in this special December “Journal of Lutheran Mission” explain the main reasons behind the decline and offer suggestions for reversing the trend.
The September “Journal of Lutheran Mission” highlights the Synod’s opportunities to walk with other confessional churches around the world.
Throughout time, the Church continues to reform and repent, dialogue and discern. This issue focuses on the community of believers who call themselves Lutheran and the confession they make as a result.
The department and its four periodicals receive a record 23 total awards from the Associated Church Press and the Evangelical Press Association.
Featuring papers from the recent LCMS Mission Summit, the April issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission discusses and critiques seminary education and the importance of teaching the faith both at home and around the world.
The December “Journal of Lutheran Mission” highlights papers and discussions from the International Lutheran Council World Conference.
In the special December issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission, church leaders from around the world offer insights from a recent International Lutheran Council meeting, discussing how Lutherans are poised to take the Reformation into the world.