Check out the Debut Issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission

Journal-Cover-imageIf you are interested in reflecting on the work of Christ through His Church globally from a Lutheran perspective, you will want to check out the debut issue of the Journal of Lutheran Mission. 

The debut issue of the journal features papers from the Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod’s Summit on Lutheran Mission, held in San Antonio, Texas, in November 2013. A first-of-its-kind event, the conference served as a venue to discuss the question, “What is our Lutheran identity when it comes to mission?”

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