The Scattering: Imagining a Church that Connects Faith and Life
A Discussion of The Scattering: Imagining a Church that Connects Faith and Life by Dwight DuBois.
SHIFT: Three Big Moves for the 21st Century Church with author Mark Tidsworth
This page contains information discussed at the 2016 Synod Leadership Days. Specifically included are the videos with Mark Tidsworth discussing his book SHIFT: Three Big Moves for the 21st Century Church. These videos cover important cultural changes that all congregations are now learning to deal with. They focus on three core tasks: shifting from membership to discipleship models of being the Church; shifting from attraction to mission in our core ways of acting like the Church; and shifting from our disciples being seen as consumers of the church product, and instead becoming Sacred Partners in the mission, vision, and values of our faith lived out together. We are also including a worksheet to foster discussion.
“With New Voices — the Small Catechism in the 21st Century”
Martin Luther: Visionary Reformer – A Day of Presentations leading up to the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation
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Lutheran Campus Ministry’s presence at the ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston in June may have looked like a project where lumber and nails made walls for houses, but it was so much more!read more
And you may have heard that LSC had been caring for five separated children since early May. “Separated children” is the term that has come to identify the children who were forcibly separated from their parents as the result of new restrictions placed on families seeking asylum at the U.S.–Mexico border in April.read more