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Lutherans Engage the World - Just as He did for Zacchaeus, Jesus finds and grasps us lost sinners in His divine grace.
Just as He did for Zacchaeus, Jesus finds and grasps us lost sinners in His divine grace.

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The LCMS is working with our church partners in Europe to care for those affected by the violence in Ukraine.

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The LCMS is offering matching grants to help congregations start or expand their pro-life mercy efforts. Applications are due April 8.
The LCMS is offering matching grants to help congregations start or expand their pro-life mercy efforts. Applications are due April 8.

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Rev. Steven Hackmann, pastor of Shore Haven Lutheran Church in Euclid, Ohio, talks about how the Preach the Word< program gave him the opportunity to get to know other pastors in his area.

Rev. Steven Hackmann, pastor of Shore Haven Lutheran Church in Euclid, Ohio, says the Preach the Word program gave him the opportunity to get to know other pastors in his area.

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Lutherans walk together during the March for Life 2022 on Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, in Washington, D.C.
See photographs from the recent 2022 March for Life in Washington, D.C.

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In the “End Goals” podcast, LCMS Youth Ministry staff discuss practices for healthy youth ministry and hear insights from a variety of youth leaders.

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‘Show them Jesus’: Call Day 2022

The seminaries of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod held their pastoral and diaconal call services and their vicarage and deaconess internship assignment services on April 26 and 27.



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Todd promoted to chief of chaplains
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Rest in the Race
Exodus 20:10 - But the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God. On it you shall not do any work, you, or your son, or your daughter, your male servant, or your female servant, or your livestock, or the sojourner who is within your gates.
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