The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Stewardship Ministry creates bulletin blurbs and newsletter articles each month to use in church publications.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry addresses the recurring question of the theology of electronic giving. It can certainly be used for God’s glory, but it also can be abused.
The LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter focuses on the serious health issue of domestic violence, which is statistically the most pervasive in rural areas.
In this month’s Life Together Digest, the Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, invites you to attend two upcoming events.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry offers a reminder that the Lord uses every gift that He has entrusted to His stewards and knits them together into a beautiful tapestry of Gospel ministry.
The LCMS Recognized Service Organizations newsletter features information about Phil’s Friends, which supports those battling cancer through its relationships with individuals and congregations.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights St. Paul Lutheran Church in Havelock, N.C., and its experience during and after Hurricane Florence.
LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison discusses the recent “Making Disciples for Life” Initial Gathering, which brought together church workers and laity from around the country to listen, learn and exchange ideas.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry discusses how God has a wonderful way of using various things and people to lead His people to engage the task for which they have been made and redeemed – stewardship.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter provides encouragement to readers about holding onto the hope of Jesus’ promises despite the challenges of this life.
The LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces newsletter encourages readers to consider their identity that is found in the cross of Jesus Christ. The Christian identity is one of contrast — the “sinner/saint dichotomy.”
In the Life Together News Digest for December 2019, LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison shares a message from the Gospel of John and encourages us all to take care of our pastors, teachers and other church workers during this busy season.
Breakthroughs in stewardship only come when God’s Word is brought to bear on the lives of individual stewards and their congregations by the Holy Spirit.