Staying Connected to Christ in Times of Transition
A campus ministry in Georgia partners with congregations to provide college students with a church home away from home.
‘What a Time to Be Lutheran’
Congregations in Texas and Kansas have stepped out in faith to meet the challenges and opportunities presented by their unique situations.
A Gospel-Centered Refuge for Teens
Grace Lutheran Church, Grass Valley, Calif., reaches out to local teenagers through an after-school program called the Hangout.
Q&A with ONM Executive Director Rev. Robert Zagore
The Rev. Robert Zagore began serving as executive director of the LCMS Office of National Mission in May 2018.
A Welcoming Community
The LCMS supports Christian Friends of New Americans’ scholarship program, which helps provide Lutheran education for young immigrants.
Shining Christ’s Light in Nebraska
Two Lutheran schools in the heart of Nebraska are preparing young people to carry the light of Christ into their communities.
Confessing Christ in the Capital
Lutherans from around the country joined the March for Life in Washington, D.C., in January and learned about God’s gift of life at the LCMS Life Conference.
Q&A with Pastor Brad Beckman
The Rev. Brad Beckman serves at First Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in the heart of downtown Las Vegas.
Integrating Faith and Health
The Synod’s parish nurses promote well-being in congregations, schools, homes, hospital rooms and wherever needed.
Compassion Centered on Christ, For All
The Hyattsville Compassion Center at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Hyattsville, Md., provides physical care and Gospel comfort for the community.
From Our Abundance
After living through twin tornadoes, the members of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Pilger, Neb., are helping other disaster victims
Joyfully Lutheran in the City and the Country
No matter where they live, all people are in need of the same thing: Jesus Christ.
Inmates in Columbia City, Ind., are hearing the Gospel thanks to St. John Lutheran Church’s jail ministry.