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Do you know an outstanding educator who would benefit from participation in a comprehensive Lutheran schools leadership experience? You should consider nominating that individual for the School Leadership Development (SLED) group, sponsored and coordinated by LCMS School Ministries.
Have you heard about the effort to tell the inspiring story of Rosa J. Young? An African American educator and Lutheran, Young led a monumental effort to establish 30 Lutheran schools and 35 Lutheran congregations across Alabama in the early 1900s -- amid extreme racial turbulence. Young's story is being shared in an LCMS documentary titled The First Rosa, which is slated for release later this year. Visit the LCMS's project webpage to learn more about the film, including how your congregation can help support the effort.
Greetings in Christ. The latest edition of my Siberia Letter is ready for viewing or download:
In this edition I discuss a small word that stresses the urgency of spreading the Gospel to all the world. Saturday, January 17, wasn't the end of the world, as someone somewhere no doubt predicted. But on that day I did talk about the end times with some lay students. Read about it here. Finally, there's a brief piece about the coming Lenten season and missions. Read more...