How are we equipping, encouraging, and enabling the people God has given us to serve and volunteer in His mission?
The conference, held in Fort Wayne, Ind., offered dozens of sectionals, plenty of opportunities for fellowship, and worship at Concordia Theological Seminary and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.
The Epiphany issue, “Light for All Nations,” examines a range of topics relating to missions and evangelism.
The new resource will help Lutherans share the Gospel in a world where many people see science as a god.
The newest module in the Every One His Witness® (E1HW) evangelism program is about witnessing to adult children who have left the church.
We are celebrating the service of volunteers in The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Wouldn’t it be great to have more volunteers to celebrate? Here are some ideas to get more people involved … and people more involved.
The website, the second part of the Every One His Witness (E1HW) program, contains videos that apply the E1HW approach to specific witnessing contexts.
For two months every two years, each LCMS missionary family returns to the United States. This is an opportunity for the congregations, groups, and individuals of the LCMS to renew or consider beginning their support of a missionary.
LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison comments on two major demographic studies about the Synod.
The Rev. Mark Wood is among speakers sharing resources at the recent National Rural & Small Town Mission Conference in Wichita, Kan.
Meeting in St. Louis Sept. 8-9, the Synod’s Board for National Mission hears reports on all 18 ministries of the LCMS Office of National Mission.
Would you like to learn how to invite, welcome and receive people to your church? The Connect to Disciple workshop, the first module in the re:Vitality program, is designed to help your congregation develop effective outreach.
The Rev. Dr. Carlos Hernandez, director, Church and Community Engagement with the LCMS Office of National Mission, talks with KFUO Radio’s Andy Bates about the LCMS program “Planting Gospel Seeds while Serving Human Needs.” The program helps congregations develop ways to enable their neighbors to break the cycles of poverty and struggle.