You’re a baptized and redeemed child of God, that’s who you are.
Rev. Mark Kiessling, interim director, LCMS Youth Ministry, talks about the 2015 National Lutheran Youth Workers Conference (July 12-15, 2015) and the 2016 National Youth Gathering (July 16-20, 2016).
Jim Lohman, DCE; Rev. Craig Bertram and Shelly Carlson, Lord of the Lakes Lutheran Church, Forest Lake, Minn.; and Sue Hart, DCE, Bethesda Lutheran Communities discuss their involvement in planning, leading and serving with LCMS Servant Events.
It is easy to unintentionally miss celebrating Easter in the midst of our busyness. Fortunately for us, God’s grace and mercy never miss us.
The 2015 National Lutheran Youth Workers Conference, sponsored by LCMS Youth Ministry, is set for July 12-15 in New Orleans.
A child’s memory of an enchanting Christmas scene, the beauty of a choir’s song and the celebration of our Savior.
When it comes to the questions of “Who should teach?” and “When should it begin?” the answers are clear.
5 ways to say THANK YOU this Thanksgiving. LCMS Youth Ministry is thankful for all those who volunteer to serve youth. #LCMSgivesthanks
A review of Dr. Root’s book on Bonhoeffer’s ministry and the tension of focusing on YOUTH ministry in the congregational life of the church.
Only Jesus has the answers you will need for life, your present and eternal life.
Release of the 3-minute video from LCMS Youth Ministry coincides with Reformation Day on Oct. 31.
Nuggets for witnessing through social media based on a KFUO interview with Rev. Mark Wood.
Teenagers matter. Teenagers are gifts. Teenagers are part of the Church. Let’s love them well!