The One Thing Still Standing
After a devastating windstorm in eastern Iowa, Lutherans hold onto the thing that cannot be moved.
Oriented Toward Christ
Even amid a pandemic, the church continues to walk by faith as new missionaries are trained and sent.
Lutheran Education Under God’s Grace
New safety procedures enable Grace Chapel Lutheran School to continue providing a Christ-centered education to children in Bellefontaine Neighbors, Mo.
Q&A with DCE Kristi Bauer
During the pandemic, Bauer’s role has shifted to producing resources and maintaining one-on-one relationships with church members.
Grants Help Provide for People in Latin America Amid COVID-19
Churches in Peru, Panama and other countries are able to provide physical and spiritual food to those impacted by the pandemic.
A Note from the Lutherans Engage Team
We’ve made some changes to the magazine in an effort to continue being good stewards of the gifts you’ve made to your church.
Living in Faith in a Broken World
Our trials are enormous in these extraordinary days, but Jesus has overcome the world.
We Are All Shut-ins (for) Now
Like pastors across the country, the Rev. John Zimmerman and his flock have adjusted to the realities of the coronavirus pandemic and eagerly await a return to in-person fellowship.
The Church of Today and Tomorrow
For 40 years, Lutheran Youth Fellowship has raised up strong leaders for the church.
Extraordinary Measures in Extraordinary Times
The Synod’s missionaries serve in new and changing ways amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Clinging to God’s Certain Promises
We waver, we flinch, we doubt, we’re frightened. Is God’s promise — His hope — lost in the middle of pandemic and pandemonium? Never.
Serving Soldiers Even During a Pandemic
At home and abroad, the LCMS’ 200 military chaplains bring the Gospel to military members in all circumstances.
Grants Aid African Churches in Stemming the Spread of COVID-19
Churches in 14 countries benefited from your donations, through grants for education and handwashing facilities.