The Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights ways that congregations can graciously welcome their new pastor and his family.
The LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces newsletter reminds readers that Jesus paid the price for our redemption to free us from sin, and, through this selfless act, He removed God’s wrath from us.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry addresses the future of passing the offering plate during worship services. This tradition certainly will be one of many short-term casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights how the church must find her place in responding to the opioid epidemic that has affected many families in the United States.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, through LCMS World Relief and Human Care, is assisting others during the coronavirus pandemic.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry addresses how stewarding the Gospel after COVID-19 will be different than it was before. Going back to the way things have always been done really isn’t possible.
The Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights how God’s purpose for our lives is expressed in the various vocations, or callings, that we have. He calls us to be His children and makes each aspect of our lives “holy ground.”
LCMS Stewardship Ministry addresses the fact that stewardship always relates to the trust we have in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter highlights The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s “re:Vitality” initiative and how congregations can come to better understand and pursue their mission through it.
The LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces newsletter encourages readers to use their words to lift one another up in simple ways and glorify the risen Jesus.
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.