Mercy Work

‘There in the Name of Jesus Christ’

After Hurricane Ian hit Florida in September, LCMS Disaster Response and its volunteers and partners were quick to provide helping hands and the Gospel to those in need.

‘How Are They to Hear?’

St. Martin Lutheran School in Dearborn, Mich., shares the Gospel through deaf ministry.

Hope for the Future

A collaboration between the LCMS and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya supports the education and Christian formation of young people in need, from primary school to college.

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.

Hope Amid the Rubble

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

Synod Launches ‘Set Apart to Serve’ Initiative

The LCMS Office of Pastoral Education seeks to encourage the formation of future church workers across the Synod, in every congregation, school and home.

Pandemics Don’t Stop Disasters — or the Church’s Response

Natural disasters were not slowed by the COVID-19 pandemic, and neither was the work of LCMS World Relief and Human Care Disaster Response.

Christ’s Gifts Freely Given

A Lutheran congregation in Texas continues to minister to members on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

In the Good Shepherd’s Fold

At The Shepherd’s Hand Community Outreach Center in Fort Wayne, Ind., Lutherans reach out to the community with human care and the Gospel.

Whenever and Wherever

God is sending workers into His harvest fields through the Livonian Lutheran Project, an online program based in Latvia that provides theological education in English.

Mercy After Disaster

For 15 years, Lutheran Early Response Teams have brought care for body and soul to those devastated by natural disasters.

The One Thing Still Standing

After a devastating windstorm in eastern Iowa, Lutherans hold onto the thing that cannot be moved.

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