The collapse of Christianity in the West and the ramifications of America’s changing demographics are among topics presented during the LCMS Mission Summit.
Cindy L. Simpson begins Dec. 15 as director of the Synod’s Joint Seminary Fund, with LCMS Mission Advancement.
The Rev. Dr. Belay Guta, president of the Mekane Yesus Seminary in Ethiopia, thanks the LCMS for its help during a Sept. 9 Worldwide KFUO interview.
Dr. Adam S. Francisco will lead “Apologetics for the 21st Century” July 9-11 at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Southern Evangelical Seminary & Bible College in Matthews, N.C., introduces a humanoid NAO robot Feb. 14.
The new record figure represents both graduate and undergraduate students at all 10 Concordia University System schools combined.
The Catholic Church has a new statistic to cheer: More men are now enrolled in graduate-level seminaries — the main pipeline to the priesthood — than in nearly two decades.
Delegates approve six higher-education resolutions, including one that establishes a standard for continuing education for pastors.
Convention delegates ask for wording tweaks on a Specific Ministry Pastor program resolution and recognize the 175th anniversary of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
LCMS convention delegates approve resolution to help 10 Concordia colleges and universities retain their “distinctly Lutheran” identity.
The Rev. Dr. Leopoldo Sánchez of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, reminds delegates, “It is in our Baptism that we truly learn anew who we are before God and before one another.”
During the LCMS convention, technical staff from Concordia Theological Seminary will be offering free consultations on website development.
Four students from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind., are named this year’s winners in an annual essay contest sponsored by the LCMS Office of National Mission.
The LCMS Council of Presidents assigns first pastoral calls to 138 men. In addition, 103 vicar candidates are assigned, as well as 64 commissioned ministers.