Karner and Tobias discuss the sanctity of life

Maggie Karner, director LCMS Life and Health Ministries, and Carol Tobias, president of the National Right to Life Committee, talk to KFUO about the sanctity of life and the 2014 March for Life.

A meditation for Epiphany

The Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS director of Worship and LCMS International Center chaplain, offers a meditation for Epiphany from Is. 60:1-6, Eph. 2:1-12 and Matt. 2:1-12.

A meditation for Christmas Eve

The Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS director of Worship and LCMS International Center chaplain, offers a meditation for Christmas Eve.

LCMS Parish Nursing – Fall 2013 newsletter

In this issue you will find items written by parish nurses and others that share ideas and resources for promoting health of body and soul in congregations and communities. You will also find stories of how parish nurses are serving in congregations, in the community and in the world, during times of calm and times of disaster. Lastly, you will find updates and overviews of various conferences and activities of interest to parish nurses.

The Kalends for Christmas

The following were anciently read on Christmas Day in the Daily Office, but they may also serve as an introduction to the Divine Service on Christmas Day, read by the pastor from the entrance to the nave and leading directly into “O Come All Ye Faithful” as the processional hymn.

Keeping Advent

The Rev. Larry Peters of Grace Lutheran Church, Clarksville, Tenn., encourages the Church to avoid being like a theme park and to slow down and keep the focus on Christ this Advent season.

The Impact of LCMS Servant Events

For more than 30 years, thousands of Lutheran youth have participated in LCMS Servant Events, learning that serving others can make a difference because of Jesus Christ. LCMS Servant Events equip God's people to grow in their faith through serving, sharing Christ and developing relationships.

LCMS Stewardship Ministry – November 2013 newsletter

In this issue from LCMS’ Stewardship Ministry, insight is provided into the theology of stewardship. In the area of stewardship lie both practical and pragmatic answers and solutions that determine the success of a congregation’s stewardship process and that point to how faithful members are in this area of their faith lives.

LCMS Rural & Small Town Mission – November 2013 newsletter

In this issue from LCMS’ Rural & Small Town Mission (RSTM), you are provided insight into the how LCMS congregations can keep the “millennials” – young adults born after the year 1980) – connected to the Church and interacting with this community of believers.

The Liturgy of Baptism & Daily Prayer Offices

Four interviews with the Rev. William Weedon, director of Worship and International Center chaplain, on "The Liturgy of Holy Baptism" as well as eight interviews on "The Daily Prayer Offices." These two series delve deeply into the history, practice and theology of the Church's liturgies of Baptism and Prayer.