Category Archives: Lutheran Missiology

Online Mission Trip 2018: Cambodia — It’s Time to Register!

Lutheran Hour Ministries is excited to announce that the southeast Asian nation of Cambodia is the destination of its seventh annual international Online Mission Trip. The “trip” to Cambodia will be available to Lutheran schools across North America beginning January … Continue reading

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Lutheran Hour Ministry Offers Free Weekly Webinars

Lutheran Hour Ministry’s weekly live webinars are designed to: introduce new online courses, dig deeper into course topics, and explore the basics of sharing your faith. These interactive webinars meet live every Wednesday from 12-12:30pm CST. Below is a list … Continue reading

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Lutheran Mission Matters — A Journal Worth Reading

The current issue of Lutheran Mission Matters presents a variety of viewpoints on contextualization. The authors include Lutheran Missionaries who served at the grassroots nationally and worldwide. They include well experienced theological educators, mission executives, area directors, practitioners and mission … Continue reading

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“Get Out!” by Rev. Dr. Peter A. Meier

Dr. Peter Meier, the Executive Director of the Center for US Missions, writes in Mission Moments (January 16, 2017): A Facebook post by Church Planter Kyle Blake caught my eye. As an urban missionary, and pastor, I find that my … Continue reading

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“We’re All in This Together” — Rev. Gregory Seltz

Rev. Gregory Seltz, the speaker for The Lutheran Hour, comments on the importance of every follower of Jesus being engaged in serving their Lord. He writes, The universal priesthood was the truth that ALL BELIEVERS HAVE UNIQUE SERVICE TO RENDER … Continue reading

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A Manual to Help You Birth a New Community of Faith

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Office of National Mission is investing significant energy and effort in working with our districts to assist in their church planting efforts. Church planting can be accomplished through mother congregations, sponsoring circuits, or planting networks that … Continue reading

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Multi-Ethnic Symposium 2017

Concordia Seminary (St. Louis) annual Multiethnic Symposium brings together Lutherans and mission leaders of various ethnicities from across the country for workshops, discussions and worship. The symposium explores how the church should engage in ethnic ministry and what it means … Continue reading

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A Lutheran Response to Islam — A Free 3 Hour Webinar with Dr. Alvin Schmidt

Mark your calendars now to participate in a free Mission U webinar on November 12th at 10 a.m. (Central Time) for “A Lutheran Response to Islam” with guest speaker Dr. Alvin Schmidt. In this expanded three-hour webinar, participants will have … Continue reading

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Affirming Mission — Rev. Klaus Detlev Schulz

Rev. Klaus Detlev Schulz writes, Mission is thus the activity by which God puts His salvific intentions into practice.  That is, God intentionally uses His Word and Sacraments as signs and testimonies of His will toward man, ‘intended to awaken … Continue reading

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What is the Essence of Being a Lutheran Christian in Mercy?

Rev. Dr. Mattthew Harrison, President of the Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod, writes, What is the essence of being a Lutheran Christian in mercy?  Christ!  What does Christ do? He speaks Law and Gospel. He speaks consolation.  He speaks His … Continue reading

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