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Schlechte elected to first term in Rocky Mountain District

The Rev. Roger Schlechte of Lakewood, Colo., was elected to his first term as president of the LCMS Rocky Mountain District at the district’s 51st convention.

Reaching out with the Gospel in Albuquerque: Mission Field: USA church calls first pastor

On April 8, the Rev. Adam DeGroot was installed as the first pastor of St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Albuquerque, N.M. St. Andrew is a church plant of the LCMS Rocky Mountain District in partnership with Mission Field: USA.

Pastoral Care from the Pulpit

Preaching is just one of those things that pastors do, right? Two pastors — a younger pastor and a well-seasoned one — discuss why preaching is so vital for the hearers of the Word.

Examining the Evidence for Faith

Dr. E. Christian Kopff, associate professor of Classics at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo., finds passion for his work in his Lutheran faith.

Rocky Mountain District re-elects Anderson

Delegates elect the Rev. Allen Anderson by acclamation to his second term as district president.

Reviving Ministry on America’s College Campuses

The future is bright for LCMS Campus Ministry. An LCMS U chapter in Boulder, Colo., is meeting great challenges and opportunities through a creative ministry model that involves students and a mission society of area churches.

LCMS church takes in students after Colorado shooting

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church and School — one block from Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo. — offers a safe haven for some 1,800 terrified students.

Grants provided for flood victims in Colorado, Mexico

The $281,483 in grants from LCMS Disaster Response are intended to help families reeling from the recent flooding in northern Colorado and Mexico.

In Colorado: Disaster Response staff sees damage, offers aid

Although many of those with flood damage have begun cleanup, some still haven’t been able to get back to their homes because of impassable roads. Temporary housing is a big need.

At least one LCMS church hit by Colorado floods

Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colo., had about an inch of standing water in its basement, damaging carpeting, drywall and furniture in its main conference room and kitchen.