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.
Two pastors are honing their preaching skills through PALS, Preach the Word and their growing friendship.
Sinners Who Need the Word of God
Campus ministries in Champaign, Ill., and Ypsilanti, Mich., provide what is most essential for college students and those in their community: the Word and Sacraments.
Mercy After Disaster
For 15 years, Lutheran Early Response Teams have brought care for body and soul to those devastated by natural disasters.
From Skeptic to Seminary
After a career in theoretical physics, Dr. Samuel Lee is studying to become a pastor to reach out to the Chinese population in Milwaukee.
The One Thing Still Standing
After a devastating windstorm in eastern Iowa, Lutherans hold onto the thing that cannot be moved.
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.
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.
Assisting Church Workers Impacted by the Pandemic
Across the Synod, 334 workers had received a Soldiers of the Cross—Amplified grant as of May 31, 2020.
Q&A with Chaplain Steven Hokana
Hokana discusses Christ’s hope and help for those with PTSD.