A notice about the nondiscrimination policy of LCMS seminaries.
High-school and college students as well as adults are invited to attend visitation events at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, and Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Synod President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison also offers thoughts on the importance of confessing Christ in a shifting society.
This is a story of two churches in two cities in two very different parts of the world prevailing against discord and strife wrought by Satan.
The impact of the Global Seminary Initiative can clearly be seen in the partnership between The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and the Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus.
The Gospel is at the heart of all Lutheran education, and teaching the faith is a hallmark by which the LCMS is known throughout the world. Our international church partners are imploring us to teach God’s saving Word to their pastors and church leaders. They know that well-trained church workers will teach the faith to laypeople, who will tell their families and neighbors about salvation in Christ Jesus.
The Stair Climb Team of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, takes part in the annual fundraiser for the American Lung Association April 2 in St. Louis.
The seminar is designed for Mandarin-speaking North American Chinese Christians who want to engage in a deeper study of Scripture and the catechism.
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, and Peace Officer Ministries Inc. will host “Christian Law Enforcement Chaplaincy — Theology and Practice” May 23-27 on the seminary campus.
The three performances by Concordia Seminary faculty are planned for St. Louis and Ann Arbor and Frankenmuth, Mich.
The Feb. 8 Faith and Freedom Forum at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, features presidents of Lutheran Church—Canada, the Anglican Church in North America and the LCMS.
The Feb. 12-13 meeting of the LCMS Board for National Mission includes reports on Millennials and steady declines in Synod membership.