Throughout November, the LCMS focuses on stewardship. In Ps. 24, it says: “The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof.” “Everything is His,” said the Rev. Heath Curtis, coordinator of LCMS Stewardship Ministry.
In a Nov. 13, 2014, webinar attended by Lutherans from around the country, LCMS President Matthew C. Harrison explains the history behind the Lutheran understanding of the two kingdoms–that of Church and state–and what it means for the Christian life today, especially as it’s lived in the public square.
Constructed in 1947 with the intention of serving all of Latin America, Seminario Concordia, Buenos Aires, Argentina, has been forming men into confessional Lutheran pastors for not just Argentina but for other parts of the Spanish-speaking world.
As the 500th year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation approaches, we celebrate the work of Martin Luther and other reformers who stood for the truths of Scripture. We know it is only by God’s grace and power that anyone can be empowered to stand in this way. It is our prayer that followers of Christ would continue to boldly stand upon the foundation of God’s Word knowing it is Christ who stands for us.
TABOO National LCMS Campus Ministry Conference, set for Jan. 5-7, 2015, in St. Louis will be a unique opportunity for young people to tackle many of the subjects they are confronted with daily: marriage, sexuality and dating. Registration is open through Nov. 1, 2014.