Missions Unpacked for Kids

Expand kids’ worldview by introducing them to the people and places of LCMS International Mission and showing them how God uses missionaries in diverse places to add to His family.

LCMS podcasts

Podcasts include Youth Ministry, Life Ministry, The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge, The Lutheran Witness, Mission Field: USA, and Specialized Pastoral Ministry.

‘What About?’ pamphlets

“What About?” is a series of 27 pamphlets written by Rev. Dr. A.L. Barry, former president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.

Church art photo gallery

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod presents a searchable church art gallery with hundreds of photographs that display our Synod’s rich visual heritage.

Three-year schedule of daily Bible readings for 2021 to 2023

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has joined with the Lutheran Church—Canada and the North American Lutheran Church to compile a three-year plan of daily Bible readings and a year-long series of weekly readings on Martin Luther’s approach to the Scriptures.

Church Worker Wellness resources

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod offers resources to promote and nurture the spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being of pastors and professional church workers.

Faces of the Reformation Series

Explore the past through the people who lived it! Meet 25 men and women passionate about the Reformation re-discovery of the Gospel—either for or against it. Download reproducible bulletin inserts, biographical handouts, and Bible studies for each unforgettable face of the Reformation era.

Reformation A-Z Coloring Book

Reformation A-Z is a booklet of activities that will help educators teach specific parts of the Reformation in the classroom, or help families engage in Reformation learning at home!

Reformation maps: Wittenberg and Europe

Get acquainted with the Wittenberg and Europe that Luther experienced! Learn about Wittenberg’s important landmarks and the geography of Luther’s time, and discover how they might have affected the Reformation.

The Luther Seal: Summary of the Gospel

The most enduring symbol of the Lutheran Reformation is the seal that Luther himself designed to represent his theology. By the early 1520s, this seal begins to appear on the title page of Luther’s works.

Reformation Rock Video

Teach Reformation history with a catchy tune that helps the facts stick in students’ minds! With Reformation Rock, students learn the entire story of the Reformation.