The Nov. 18–21 meeting was held concurrently with meetings of the LCMS Board of Directors, Concordia University System and a gathering of business and office managers from across the Synod.
Among other business, the Board heard a report from the Synod president, elected a new BOD member, and thanked retiring CFO Jerry Wulf for his service.
“Making Disciples for Life” not only provides better access to existing resources, it also brings people together for identifying and developing new resources.
Among other business, the boards discussed the triennial mission emphasis established at the convention, “Making Disciples for Life.”
The event, which will take place Jan. 9–11 at The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod International Center in St. Louis, is open to all LCMS laypeople, pastors and church workers.
Looking ahead to the year 2050 in the U.S., what does the future of the church, and of church planting, look like?
The resolutions addressed church planting, shared congregational ministry, campus ministry and the legacy of Rosa J. Young.
We’re in this together! The men and women in the LCMS Office of National Mission have been listening and learning so as to better equip congregations and districts in making lifelong disciples for Christ.
The board also heard a presentation on the Synod’s new national mission emphasis, ‘Making Disciples For Life.’
The new initiative will assist God’s people with resources and training as they witness to Christ and His eternal gifts.