The Rev. Heath Curtis, Coordinator for LCMS Stewardship Ministry, shares Biblical insight on setting aside a tithe, especially during difficult seasons.
These resources will help educators and LCMS churches with schools navigate crisis management and leadership in the school setting.
The Rev. Sean Daenzer drops in to the Student Union to talk about repentance, prayer, and joyful hymnody in times of plague and pestilence.
In this Bible study, The Rev. Michael Moreno addresses how church leaders should handle conflict within their congregations.
Visible stewardship is an integral part of the liturgy, which is why the offering is a function of the Divine Service. Has does not physically passing the offering plate affect the stewardship mindset?
In every season, we remain faithful that those in whom God is at work through the Gospel will respond in good works of faithful stewardship.
On this episode of Issues, Etc., The Rev. Heath Curtis and The Rev. Todd Wilken discuss the financial effects of coronavirus shutdowns.
This resource answers “why” and “how” a church should respond in love with Christ’s mercy during times of disaster.
These resources will help youth and young adults stay connected to the church while navigating the ever-changing circumstances of COVID-19.
These resources will help equip parents and youth leaders to serve their youth and keep them connected to the church while at home and physically distant.
Leading ministry during the pandemic has certainly added stress for church workers. These resources will help support workers during these difficult times.
These resources will help guide congregations as they respond to the needs of their community in a collective effort to bring the Gospel to those in need.
Coronavirus has created unique witnessing challenges and opportunities as we navigate new routines, public health guidelines, and re-entry procedures.
These resources will equip church workers and congregations to care for their neighbors as they reach out in mercy during the coronavirus pandemic.
These materials will help church members start or stay in an active devotional routine even as they are physically distant from their congregations.
These resources will help church workers and laity alike provide and receive spiritual care and comfort in the midst of these challenging times.
Vocation plays an important role in applying faith and using God-given gifts. Resources equip pre-teens to share the Gospel in their vocational roles.
Witness is the work we do as the church scattered. We have opportunities to speak of Jesus with the people in our everyday lives.
By witnessing to the hope of salvation, we offer the answer to life’s biggest questions. In sharing that hope, we should not deny the need for human care.
Witnessing to people experiencing life events or issues means extending the same love and compassion that Jesus extends to us.