FAQs international schools the lutheran churchmissouri?
How many schools are in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod?
Schools in The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod serve children in early childhood programs through grade 12 in over 1,900 schools nationwide and 3 schools internationally. Additionally, 9 colleges and universities operate to serve post secondary and graduate students across the nation.
What is a Lutheran School like?
Lutheran schools equip children to become Christian leaders in the congregation. The school also involves young parents in congregation activities more than in congregations without schools. These young parents frequently become new leaders of the congregation.
What is the LCMS missionary support program?
This is an opportunity for the congregations, groups, and individuals of the LCMS to renew or consider beginning their support of a missionary. We have more than 200 missionaries working around the globe.
Why national Lutheran Schools accreditation?
Through National Lutheran Schools Accreditation (NLSA) schools complete a rigorous self-study, are reviewed by a team of peers and implement initiatives that provide a continuing program of excellence for students. Caring, Christian teachers share the Word of God daily with children and families.
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