The Summer 2017 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 90, no.2) focuses on some lesser-known pastors in the mid-history of the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod. The Spring 2017 issue was focused on the work of laymen in the Lutheran Church, so it is only fitting that we present the
Sharing the History of an Untold Chapter in Lutheran Missions The Missouri Evangelical Lutheran India Mission (MELIM) Concordia Historical Institute (CHI) is committed to sharing the history of this important missionary work and the Lutheran pioneers who gave witness to the free Gospel of grace in Christ. Primary source documents
You are invited to join The Auxiliary of Concordia Historical Institute on May 11, 2017 to hear a discussion of “The Historical Legacy of Luther and the Reformation”. The Rev. Dr. Martin Noland, former Executive Director of Concordia Historical Institute and current pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Evansville, Indiana, will
The Spring 2017 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 90, no.1) continues its offering of outstanding articles on American Lutheran history! While this issue contains only one major article, it provides a glimpse of how God has used laymen to trumpet Christ’s redeeming work in the life of
The Winter 2016 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 89, no.4) has arrived and should be delivered to your mailbox shortly! It provides us with items from the 2016 CHI Awards Banquet as well as a major article on the history of catechisms in the LCMS! The issue
The Fall 2016 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 89, no.3) arrives fast on the heels of CHIQ v.89, no.2! This issue’s cover title, “The Renewal of the Common Service and its Hymns”, informs the reader that this issue is focused on Lutheran liturgy and hymnody. The Rev.
Walther Leaguers! Walther Leaguers! One And All Are We! The Walther League Project is underway and making tremendous strides! Notices for a call for participants were placed in The Reporter, Lutheran Witness and pertinent alumni bulletins as well as CHI’s Historical Footnotes, website and Facebook page. At this time, we