Our Congregations — Our Synod provides the best advice we can to delegates regarding nominees and resolutions before the Milwaukee convention.
The Ephesians 4 List nominees represent the breadth of God’s gifts to the LCMS in people and will improve our unity and witness to the world.
For the past 15 years, the United List has elected more than 90% of their proposed candidates. It’s time for a new list to help us better accomplish Christ’s mission.
Wise and thoughtful voters will want to review these 20-minute video interviews to help determine who will best serve the LCMS as President.
Nebraska DP Snow reports Harrision’s “It’s Time” had some good ideas. He explains how to put that unfulfilled vision into practice…in deed.
Pat Ferry shares a video that will help congregational members better understand why he a good choice to lead the LCMS as Synod President.
This week veteran leaders in the LCMS sent an open letter to the LCMS asking for new leadership. Their letter gives solid reasons for change.
On late Friday afternoon, February 8, 2019, Matthew C. Harrison publicly admitted interfering in Synod’s Presidential nomination process. What did Harrison do wrong? He tainted Synod’s nomination process by giving wrong advice to pastors about who could nominate him, and he did so at Synod expense.
President Harrison sent handwritten postcards on January 3rd and 4th from the President’s Office at Synod expense to the pastors of select congregations. Because he advised them to circumvent their Voter’s Assemblies if they could, are his nominations valid?
Many observe that the LCMS experiences polar swings in leadership each decade. We need a leader who will bring unity to our Synod by fully embracing both our confessional and our missional values.