Advocating for the unborn, weak and vulnerable
The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod’s Life Ministry offers a Bible study — “Gospel Relief for the Despairing: Speaking Christian Comfort to the Depressed and the Suicidal” — that may benefit pastors as they meet with the despairing Christian.
Deaconess Tiffany Manor presented a webinar in which she delves into life issues as they are impacted in the city.
As life topics and issues arise in our society, we pray that government leaders, officials and the judicial systems in all nations would work to defend the lives of all people.
Esta es una colección de videos es Español que fueron presentados durante la conferencia de la vida en Marzo 2021.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has assembled a large online collection of papers, articles, and information on life issues.
In this book, the Rev. Peter Preus provides Gospel comfort for those who are left behind after a Christian commits suicide. He addresses the stigma, psychology and theology of suicide, as well as the grieving process that follows it, and the hope Christians can find in Christ.
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.
Worship resources are available to help plan your congregation’s observance of the Sanctity of Human Life.
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."