Encouraging Christ-centered wellness for church workers and laity
In this video presentation, Chaplain (Army Lt. Col.) Steven C. Hokana shares a word of encouragement for pastors who are struggling through the current coronavirus pandemic. The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod loves you and cares deeply about you.
If we see ourselves as the church only when we are “in the building,” we fail to heed our Shepherd’s call to be salt and light in the world through the various vocations in which He has placed us.
The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, brings a message of encouragement and joy to the church during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tips and encouragement for LCMS congregations and individuals as they respond to COVID-19.
Through your faithful witness during a public health crisis, it is possible that people in your life will repent and receive the healing that only Jesus can provide.
LCMS Parish Nurse Newsletter provides information and insight about including a spiritual component when caring for the whole person.
Helpful information on how to start an exercise program in the congregation.
The Rev. Dr. Steven Hokana, chaplain, Lt. Col., USA (Ret.), D. Min., BCC, assistant director for the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, presents “Reaching Out and Caring for Veterans.”
LCMS Parish Nurse Newsletter provides information and insight about handling times of transition in life — whether your own or when caring for others.
Dr. John Eckrich, a retired practicing physician and the founder of Grace Place Wellness Ministries, teaches on “Fear, Anxiety, and Wellness: Journey to a Heart at Peace.”
LCMS Parish Nurse Newsletter provides basic information and insight that can be used when caring for individuals who have mental illness concerns.
The Rev. Dr. Daniel Paavola uses his book Our Way Home: A Journey through the Lord’s Prayer to explain how parish nurses can use each petition of the Lord’s Prayer to connect with the people they serve.
Jennie Johnson, RN-BC, Ph.D., parish nurse at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Rathdrum, Idaho, will present helpful information on the current understanding of how heart attacks and strokes develop and the connection with dementia during the February video lecture for parish nurses.
The Rev. Dan P. Gilbert, president of the LCMS Northern Illinois District, takes a look at confidentiality, what God teaches in His Word about it and how parish nurses should handle this issue.