This lesson reminds participants that the Lord has never forgotten and will never forget His children whom He dearly loves and calls to be His own through Holy Baptism. His goodness, mercy and love remain changeless despite the changes and the chaos in our sin-filled world.
This lesson reminds participants that Jesus is always with them and that no matter what happens in our life or world, Jesus is with us even to the very end of the age. Even amid significant change or trials, the Lord is with us, and His love and divine care for us never falters or changes.
This lesson reminds participants not to be overwhelmed with worry but have a spirit of hope because they are anchored in Christ. Even when weary and worn out, we can look to Jesus and His gifts to find strength, comfort, peace and great hope.
This lesson reminds participants to put their full trust in the Lord, recognizing that their certainty in the eternal joy to come enables confidence in Christ through any changes that come in this life. We can trust the Lord because He has never forsaken us and will never let us down.
In this video, the Rev. Justin A. Panzer, president of the LCMS Kansas District, explains the duties of a district president, which include serving as a representative of the Synod president in that place.
Under the theme “Day by Day We Magnify Thee: LERT in the Life of the Church,” The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod hosted a Disaster Response Conference on Sept. 28-30, 2022, at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind.
LCMS Minnesota North District President Rev. Dr. Donald Fondow explains how congregations join together in circuits, districts and the Synod to promote the unity of the faith and carry out their mission and ministry.
Meeting under the theme “Disciples in the Storms of Life,” Disaster Response Conference attendees learned how the church can respond in crisis situations with the physical and spiritual care that those affected so desperately need.