Lutheran Heritage Foundation’s new Farsi translation of “Luther’s Small Catechism” fills a great need for the LCMS partner church in Germany.
Dozens of women gather for Muslim prayers in what is being dubbed the first women’s-only mosque in the United States.
Cartoon depictions of the Prophet Muhammad are proving costly for Christians in majority-Muslim countries in Africa.
At least four worshipers, three of them U.S.-born, were killed in an attack on a west Jerusalem synagogue.
A Concordia Seminary lecture by Dr. Timothy Furnish explains bizarre eschatology driving ISIS/ISIL extremists.
The State Department’s annual religious freedom report focuses heavily on discrimination, impunity and the displacement of religious minorities.
Presenting the lecture is the Rev. Dr. Abjar Bahkou, an LCMS clergyman in Texas who was raised Syrian Orthodox.
The resource can help congregations overcome culture and language barriers in their communities.