The church continues to share the Gospel and show mercy, even during unsettling times.
As Lutheran Young Adult Corps completes its third year and begins to pivot as a program, it is a time to show thanks for all God has done in and through the program.
Video equipment and technology are getting lots of use these days in church sanctuaries, staff homes and other places. However, there is one place, usually a hub of hospitality, not seeing any action these during this time: the church kitchen.
We expect grief after a significant loss, but we can grieve any long-awaited and meaningful moments, from vacations to concerts.
The resource is available in either paperback or e-book format from Concordia Publishing House.
Nearly 70 Servant Events will be hosted by various LCMS congregations, camps and service organizations from May through August.
The new participants were blessed during a Sending Service on Aug. 27 at the LCMS International Center chapel in St. Louis.
In the first two years of Lutheran Young Adult Corps, 29 young people have served almost 35,000 hours. God is using these young people in powerful ways to expand the capacity of urban partners.
The study utilized surveys and focus groups to collect data for use in helping LCMS congregations minister to young adults.
Registration for the 2019 LCMS Youth Gathering — set for July 11–15 in Minneapolis, Minn. — opens Oct. 17, with online data entry beginning Sept. 5.
On Aug. 10, a new group of Lutheran Young Adult Corps participants were sent to their respective geographical areas during chapel at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis.
In our inaugural year, Lutheran Young Adult Corps participants will complete over 19,000 hours of service to help Community Partners reach out with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through acts of mercy.
Registration is now open for more than 40 LCMS Servant Events in the categories of construction, human care, environmental, outreach, multicultural and crisis.