Dr. Matt Phillips of Concordia University Nebraska was interviewed on “Steadfast Throwdown” late in October. During this interview, he discusses an important question when it comes to evangelism and missions, namely, “How does one become a Christian?” Listen to the …. . . Read All

Sacramental Minions: Planting a Reformation

Planting churches as Sacramental Minions doesn’t look like setting up a coffee house or starting a new business venture. Rev. Steve Schave, director of Urban and Inner-City Mission and coordinator of LCMS Church Planting with the Office of National Mi…
Thrivent Financial gives Statement regarding Thrivent Choice and Planned Parenthood

Thrivent Financial gives Statement regarding Thrivent Choice and Planned Parenthood

On December 20, 2013, Thrivent Financial issued the following statement regarding their decisions regarding the recent concerns about Planned Parenthood being a potential recipient of ThriventChoice (R) Dollars. Members, Thrivent Take Action on Thrivent Choice® Issue December 20, 2013 Background: This is Thrivent Financial’s statement regarding a recent issue related to the addition of a […]
UACCommentary: Thrivent Financial and The Beating Heart of God

UACCommentary: Thrivent Financial and The Beating Heart of God

At only four weeks after conception, the heart of Jesus – the heart of our Lord and God – was pumping the blood that would be shed upon the cross to save us from our sins. Through their aptly named, “ThriventChoice” program, Thrivent Finanical funnels money to Planned [un]Parenthood, an organization proven to be dedicated to the destruction of human life and the stilling of hearts that pump the blood of God’s redeemed children.
Two Big Guys Discuss Theology And Life

Two Big Guys Discuss Theology And Life

There’s a new Internet Podcast now available. “Two Big Guys” will be discussing theology and life.

NEWS LINKS: ACLC Response to ELDoNA Theses

The ACLC (Association of Confessional Lutheran Churches) has issued their public response  (also here in PDF) to the ELDoNA (Evangelical Lutheran Diocese of North America) theses on justification this afternoon.

Luther on Humility

If you are highly pleased when someone praises you in the presence of others; if perhaps you look for praise, and would sulk or quit what you are doing if you did not get it — if you are of that stripe, dear friend, then take yourself by the ears, and if you do this […]
Annual Apologetics Conference to Feature Jonathan Fisk - 10/4/2013

Annual Apologetics Conference to Feature Jonathan Fisk – 10/4/2013

The annual apologetics conferenced hosted by Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Dearborn, Michigan will feature Pastor Jonathan Fisk from Worldview Everlasting.

Video Interviews and Photos at the Installation Service for LCMS President, Rev. Matthew Harrison

Videos and other information from the September 14th Installation Service for Rev. Matthew Harrison and other officers of the Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod have been posted on The LCMS website.

A Conference on the Lutheran Confessions – Dewitt, MI – 9/14/2013

Saturday, September 14th at 9 AM Hope Lutheran Church in DeWitt will host a conference on the Lutheran Confessions. Rev. Professor John Pless will be our guest speaker. “Lutheran Missions lead to Lutheran Congregations” will be his topic. Everyone is invited to join us. Cost is $25 per person. Students intending to enter LCMS church work are free. Lunch is provided. To register please call 517-669-3930.
CTS Professor Authors Resource on End of Life Issues

CTS Professor Authors Resource on End of Life Issues

In an effort to comfort as well as address questions and concerns of family members who must make end of life care decisions for loved ones, the Rev. Prof. John Pless, assistant professor of Pastoral Ministry and Missions at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind., has authored Mercy at Life’s End: A Guide for Laity and Their Pastors published by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s (LCMS) Life Ministries.
UACLutheran: New Site Features

UACLutheran: New Site Features

UACLutheran continues to improve! Based on some feedback we’ve received after our homepage overhaul, we have made some additional changes. Thank you to everybody who made suggestions. Keep them coming!

Dominican Republic Lutheran Mission – Newsletter

The most recent issue of the Dominican Republic Lutheran Mission Newsletter is available here. In this issue, the DRLM team says goodbye to Pastor Walter and Ana Ries Jr. after nearly 8 years of service in the Dominican Republic, there is information about a medical mercy team from Las Vegas who did wonderful work, the orphan house has been completed and the team says goodbye to the Kellers who headed up that project.
Around the World Journal - Fall 2013 Issue Released

Around the World Journal – Fall 2013 Issue Released

The Fall 2013 issue of Around the World Journal packs over 100 pages of Lutheran theology! Here’s what’s in this issue: Some highlights found in this issue are: Hooked on a Feeling Out of the Closet on the Court Ask the Pastor: Homosexuality Can We Make a Case for Marriage (without Using the Scriptures)? Lutheran […]

University Lutheran Chapel, Summer Newsletter released

The ministry continues in Minneapolis, MN. Read all about it and get introduced to the newest members of this growing community of faith in the latest ULC Newsletter! Additionally, be edified by Pastor Kind’s article and a wonderful poem by Pastor Mark Preus. Visit:
Lutheran Confessions Workshop - LaGrange, KY - 8/17/2013

Lutheran Confessions Workshop – LaGrange, KY – 8/17/2013

A conference exploring the depth of Lutheran Doctrine is scheduled for Saturday, August 17, 2013. Rev. William Weedon, Director of Worship for The Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod, will be presenting during the conference which will also include Rev. Gavin Mize of Divine Savior, Lutheran Church in Shepherdsville, KY and Rev. John Fraiser of the host congregation, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, LaGrange, KY. Lunch will be served and childcare will also be available.
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AP V: Love and the Fulfilling of the Law

We love Him, because He first loved us, namely, because He gave His Son for us, and forgave us our sins. Thus he indicates that faith precedes and love follows. Likewise the faith of which we speak exists in repentance, i.e., it is conceived in the terrors of conscience, which feels the wrath of God against our sins, and seeks the remission of sins, and to be freed from sin.

16 Lutheran Exchange Students still need Host families

UACLutheran editors just received the following email from Marie-Claude Dijoud, Program Director of the Educational Merit Foundation in Texas. If you can help, please see the contact information below or visit Attn.: Editor of Church Newsletter Dear Sir or Madam, We are a small non-profit, foreign-exchange student organization looking for caring host families in […]
Lutheran Hour Ministries Selects Next Executive Director

Lutheran Hour Ministries Selects Next Executive Director

St. Louis, MO, Aug. 7, 2013 — Kurt Buchholz of Glen Arm, Maryland, has accepted a call from the Board of Directors of the International Lutheran Laymen’s League (Int’l LLL) to become the next Executive Director for Lutheran Hour Ministries. Buchholz will join the ministry Aug. 30 and will work alongside current Executive Director Bruce […]
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