Palm Sunday

The Son of David comes in gentle humility, “sitting on a donkey’s colt,” yet as the King of Israel “in the name of the Lord” (John 12:13–15). He comes to be lifted up in glory on the cross in order to cast out “the ruler of this world” and draw all people to Himself (John 12:23–32).

All Saints’ Day

Faith-filled saints from every place and time with unified voices eternally magnify the Lamb of God. The Holy Spirit through faith in Christ propels us forward, fortifying us in Word and Sacrament, to our eternal home.

Holy (Maundy) Thursday

As disciples of Jesus, we recline at the table with Him to eat and drink in peace (Mark 14:18). In Him, we see “the God of Israel” (Ex. 24:10), and yet He does not lay His hand on us to punish us.

Good Friday

Good Friday calls for sober reflection on the cost of our redemption. Jesus, the Lamb of God, is led to the slaughter of His cross as the Sacrifice of Atonement for the sin of the world.


By the shed blood of Christ, eternal death has passed over us, and now we pass with Christ through death into life everlasting. For Christ the crucified One is risen!

Created Male and Female: In His Image Conference – 2024

LCMS International Center: St. Louis 1333 S. Kirkwood Road, St Louis, MO

The conference, which is being hosted by National Mission together with DOXOLOGY, will be held April 15–16, 2024, at The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod International Center in St. Louis.

Stewardship Philippians Conference – Milwaukee and online

LCMS South Wisconsin District Office 8100 W. Capitol Drive, Milwaukee, WI

The workshop is based on Paul’s words in Philippians 1, where we see how the leadership of the congregation is working together in the realm of stewardship.