Texas DP Newman’s “Observations and Recommendations” Ecclesiastical Investigation report of the CTX controversy places blame on all “sides.”
Leaders and delegates coming to our Milwaukee convention will have to decide if they want to talk, listen, and reconcile — or fight, denounce, and condemn.
Our Congregations — Our Synod thanks President Harrison for making a strong statement denouncing racist, “alt-right” agitators in the LCMS.
False claims about Luther’s Large Catechism have reached into LCMS pews. They harm our witness to the world about Jesus. How will we recover?
Christianity Today reports on the controversy that’s arisen regarding the publication of Luther’s Large Catechism.
We are thankful President Harrison heeded the wise counsel of those calling him to uphold our bylaws and finally stood up to mobbing in our Synod.
In the LCMS struggle with the choice governance structure, this essay supports the historical and Scriptural governance: Synod serves congregations.
Pastor Tim Klinkenberg shares the best practices of frontline leadership as a pastor from the front lines of ministry.
Congregations Matter extends its congratulations to President Harrison on his victory in last week’s Synod presidential election. We join the church in praying for God’s richest blessings upon him as he carries out his important responsibilities over the next three years. He must work to collaborate with the WHOLE Synod to provide more transparent, fiscally responsible, and trustworthy leadership.
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.