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.
Read about ways the Gospel has been shared through St. Paul Christian Academy in Dallas, a tutoring program in Indianapolis and St. Philip Lutheran Church in Chicago.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter includes a recap of and pictures from the 2019 National Rural & Small Town Mission Conference, which was held Nov. 14–16 in Minneapolis.
Stewardship Ministry discusses the very real struggle that exists between stewardship and struggle. This struggle is rooted in the fact that an individual is at the same time saint and sinner.
LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission newsletter provides insight into the role the Body of Christ can play in helping individuals struggling with addictions, especially in rural and small-town areas.
LCMS Life Ministry newsletter offers a reminder that God has called each one of us to a chaste and disciplined life.
LCMS Stewardship Ministry discusses how stewards should use a “just-right” grip with the gifts that God has entrusted to them. This “just-right” grip allows stewards to serve their neighbors and to glorify the Lord.
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.