Engage Stories

Q&A with Rev. James Krikava, Eurasia Regional Director

The Rev. James Krikava talks about what The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is doing to assist Ukraine and displaced Ukrainians amid the current crisis.

Help and Hope After Disaster

Members of the Synod’s Lutheran Early Response Team program help with recovery efforts after a tornado touches down near Mayfield, Ky.

From Mission Plant to Mission Partner

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Brazil have been walking together for 120-plus years.

Music on the Mission Field

David’s Harp is supporting international outreach efforts in Latin America and Asia.

Prepared for Service in East Africa

At Matongo Lutheran Theological College in Kenya, students study to become pastors, deaconesses and evangelists.

Keeping the ‘Missionary Briquette’ Hot

A project to reach Farsi speakers energizes experts from both sides of the Atlantic.

Stewards of the Mysteries of God

Following the example of St. Paul, the church should preach the only person worth preaching: Jesus Christ.

Love in Deed and Truth

Many congregations across the LCMS Northern Illinois District sponsor or support pro-life programs, such as crisis pregnancy centers.

Beloved Children of God

At Redeeming Life Outreach Ministries’ maternity home in Sanford, Fla., pregnant women in difficult situations learn that they, too, are saved by the blood of Jesus.

Hope Amid the Rubble

After an earthquake, LCMS Disaster Response is working with local Lutheran ministries to offer hope and help in Haiti.

From Field to Field

Whether in Mexico or New Orleans, the Rev. Andrew Schlund continues to preach the Word and administer the Sacraments to his flock.

Q&A with Deaconess Tiffany Manor, Director of LCMS Life Ministry

Since becoming a deaconess in 2012, Tiffany Manor has served in a variety of ways. Now, she’s speaking up for the most vulnerable as director of LCMS Life Ministry.

A Word of Encouragement from the LCMS President

Pastors and commissioned workers, we love you. More importantly, our Lord loves you and your blessed work. God’s people, take care of your pastors, teachers and workers

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