Some 650 take part in the Nov. 20-22 Lutheran Church Extension Fund Fall Leadership Conference in Atlanta, including 191 first-time participants.
The Nov. 19-20 LCMS Board of Directors meeting includes a joint session with the Council of Presidents, action on some half-dozen resolutions and reports from Synod leaders.
“This is a credit union for today’s times,” says Tom Buuck, LFCU’s president and CEO, as he lays out its features and benefits.
The LCMS Council of Presidents September meeting includes nine newly elected district presidents, as the council examines various ongoing efforts across the Synod.
Positions are available with the LCMS Foundation, KFUO Radio, Concordia University System, Lutheran Church Extension Fund and Concordia International School Shanghai.
Laborers For Christ works with Lutheran Indian Ministries to build a new campus-ministry center at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan.
A team from Concordia University, St. Paul, Minn., captures the top honor for the second consecutive year.
Lutheran Church Extension Fund presents awards to individuals and ministries during its 2014 Fall Leadership Conference.
The Lutheran Federal Credit Union could become operational as early as the second quarter of 2015.
Sept. 30 is the nominations deadline for awards that Lutheran Church Extension Fund will present at its 2014 Fall Leadership Conference.
Laborers For Christ stands ready to help other congregations and church organizations improve their energy efficiency.
The project’s partners say their accomplishments are more about newly built relationships than newly repaired houses.
Teams from Concordia University System schools take part in this year’s Lutheran Church Extension Fund National Student Marketing Competition.
With the number of projects increasing, more Laborers For Christ members are needed to keep up with the demand.