The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Stewardship Ministry creates bulletin blurbs and newsletter articles each month to use in church publications.
The LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces newsletter encourages readers to see Jesus for who He really is, true man and true God, especially as He presents Himself in flesh and blood through the sacrament of Holy Communion and through God’s Word.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights how DOXOLOGY can help church members take a fresh look at their congregation and discover ministry possibilities that might be hidden.
The LCMS Recognized Service Organizations newsletter features information about the Christian Character Formation Project, a program founded by Open Sky Education that emphasizes character development in students.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry discusses how the first step in godly stewardship is counting blessings.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter explores how pastors follow St. Paul’s example when they show their congregations that they too are sinners in need of Jesus, not when they seek to hold themselves up as the perfect example to be imitated.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry discusses how the proximity of God’s Word changes the hearts of stewards.
The August 2019 newsletter from LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission shares insight into how faith communities can minister to individuals struggling with mental health issues.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry discusses the word “tithe” and whether it is a helpful word in stewardship or a hindrance and a roadblock.
The LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces newsletter encourages readers to find comfort in Christ as they go out into the world to bear witness to Him.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights what really works for stewardship in the rural parish (or in any parish, really): putting God’s Word first, finding stewardship’s place in the Christian life and in the work of pastors, and teaching how to support the Lord’s work in a faithful way.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry highlights how faithful steward leaders can come to find joy and excitement in stewardship as they recognize how they are blessed in the Lord.