Click “2014 Convocation“ on main menu bar above to watch recorded video of the events in Charleston. Recordings of all sessions are available.
Registration is now open for the 2014 NALC Mission Festival, Abida — Hearts on Fire, November 6-8 at Upper Arlington Lutheran Church in Hilliard, Ohio. Registration cost is $100.00 per person.
2 Corinthians 1: 20For all the promises of God find their Yes in him [Jesus]. That is why it is through him that we utter our Amen to God for his glory. 21And it is God who establishes us with you in Christ, and has anointed us, 22and who has also put his seal on read more
Disaster Preparedness Training, sponsored by the Ohio Mission District, will take place on October 18th at Grace Lutheran Church in Springfield, Ohio. Cost is $50.00 per person and covers both basic and specialized levels of training. Recognized credentials will be provided. Two levels of training are covered. Level One/Basic provides training in unskilled disaster response read more
The Department of Lutheran Studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte, N.C., an NALC Seminary House of Studies, will host a Reformation Conference on Thursday, Oct. 30. The conference will feature two afternoon lectures at the seminary, followed by a dinner and worship service at a local church.
The 2014 NALC Convocation elected persons to positions on the Executive Council, Court of Adjudication and North American Lutheran Seminary (NALS) Board of Regents. Click on the post title for links to election results.
July 23, 2014: NALC Bishop John Bradosky and General Secretary Rev. Mark Chavez joined with other Christian leaders in signing a statement from the Common Ground Christian Network (CGCN) opposing President Obama’s July 21, 2014 executive order requiring all federal contractors to practice “nondiscrimination” based on “sexual orientation” and “gender identity.” The North American Lutheran read more
The July 2014 issue of NALC News is now available for reading or download. Selected contents include:
Christ the King Lutheran Church – Yankton, South Dakota When Vicki Breeman, a member of Christ the King Lutheran Church in Yankton, South Dakota, became the deacon overseeing the Outreach Committee, she was instrumental in helping the congregation focus upon local and regional ministry opportunities. Breeman is constantly on the lookout for opportunities to serve. One read more
The events in Charleston will be live-streamed beginning with the Lutheran CORE Convocation opening worship at 7:00 PM on Monday, July 21st, and continuing through the conclusion of the NALC Convocation on Friday, July 25th.
While state courts offer new interpretations and understandings of marriage, the NALC’s position remains unchanged. We continue to hold fast to the Biblical and traditional understanding of marriage. Please consider the documents below as you offer responses in your own communities. Be assured that we are also developing a strategy and response as this trend read more
Every year, Youth Encounter holds a National Youth Event in the United States called Impact (youthencounter.org/event/impact/). This year’s event is being held in Cleveland, Ohio in June, which doesn’t work for Canadian kids who are still in school. Here’s where it gets exciting. IMPACT is coming to Alberta, Canada!!
Advent Lutheran Church of Kings Mountain — the first NALC mission congregation in North Carolina — has purchased 13 acres of land. The congregation was formed in November 2010 and now has 130 members, with average worship attendance of 70 to 75 each Sunday. With the faithful giving of the congregation, Advent moved from part-time read more
The April 2014 issue of NALC News is now available for reading or download. Selected contents include:
Dr. David Yeago has been appointed to the faculty of the North American Lutheran Seminary and Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, as Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics. “I am honored and delighted to join the faculty at Trinity School for Ministry in partnership with the North American Lutheran Seminary,” said Dr. Yeago. read more