News and Notes: Life, Health & Family
The Summer 2022 News and Notes newsletter includes a response to the Supreme Court’s reversal of 'Roe v. Wade.'
The Spring 2022 issue of LCMS Life Ministry’s newsletter reminds us how we can care for mothers, babies, and their families after birth.
The Life Ministry newsletter for Winter 2022 includes the announcement of the Million Dollar Life Match, a new life grant program from The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
The Fall 2021 News and Notes newsletter offers hopeful updates for defenders of life, including information about a hormone that allows a woman to reverse the effects of abortion-inducing drugs.
The LCMS Life Ministry newsletter focuses on human trafficking, which affects people around the world, even some in our own congregations and communities.
The Winter 2020 News and Notes newsletter announces the virtual LCMS Life Conference to be held in March 2021.
The LCMS Life Ministry newsletter shares how we as Lutherans can care for and show Christ’s love to others in all stages of life, even in the midst of a challenging and overwhelming year.
The LCMS Life Ministry newsletter shares how we as Lutherans can care for and show Christ’s love to others in all stages of life.
LCMS Life Ministry newsletter offers a reminder that God has called each one of us to a chaste and disciplined life.
LCMS Life Ministry newsletter shares how we as Lutherans can care for and show Christ’s love to others in all stages of life.
LCMS Life Ministry newsletter features a letter from the Rev. Michael Salemink, executive director of Lutherans For Life, on why "families belong together."
The spring 2018 LCMS Life Ministry newsletter — now named News and Notes — reviews convention Resolution 3-04 “To Create Task Force for Study of Issues Relating to Procreation, Fertility, and Care for Unborn.”
Learn how the Synod is standing for life and showing compassion to suffering, post-abortive women.
In the summer 2016 issue Notes for Life, LCMS Life Ministry encourages Christians to embrace our pro-life identity. In His every action, God has shown us that He is for life, even in its most broken state. Because God has created us in His image and sent His Son to redeem us, we are pro-life.