The Communion of Nordic Dioceses has approached the International Lutheran Council about its three member churches joining the council.
“Communities of Hope: One Community in Christ” — hosted by Concordia Seminary, St. Louis — will explore how the church can become truly multiethnic.
The Reformation will be the focus of Concordia Theological Seminary’s annual symposia on exegetical and confessional theology.
The Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing will lead the workshop on the Book of Job at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
And there are a variety of ways you can contribute: by mail, in person, over the phone and online.
The Infertility Ethics Symposium, sponsored by LCMS Life and Health Ministries, is held Nov. 7 at Concordia Theological Seminary.
Twelve students in the Ethnic Immigrant Institute of Theology program received call or vicarage assignments Oct. 23 at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
The LCMS Council of Presidents September meeting includes nine newly elected district presidents, as the council examines various ongoing efforts across the Synod.
Four of the six matching or challenge-match initiatives support core LCMS work and the other two target special opportunities to extend the Synod’s impact in the world.
“Generations: The Campaign for Concordia Seminary” will provide funding to build endowments, increase annual support and expand library and learning-technology initiatives.
The free presentation by Tim Goeglein is set for 7 p.m. Oct. 8 at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Do you know someone who is considering a career as a Lutheran pastor, teacher, deaconess or other church worker? There are many different ways to serve the church and its vital ministries. Learn more about where the various church-work programs are offered around the country.
“In remembrance of me: Memory and the Life of Faith” is the topic of the Sept. 22-23 symposium at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
Thirty-one PALS facilitators (18 pastors and 13 wives) take part in an Aug. 4-5 training conference in St. Louis.