News & Events // Publications

The Minnesota South District has several regular publications that update, encourage, and support local leaders. Click one of the items below or keep scrolling to explore the different available publications

eNews

Lutheran Witness supplement

Engaged in Mission magazine

Sagacity

One Voice for Public Policy

Main Street Living monthly news & bulletin announcements


eNews

Minnesota South District's weekly email newsletter

Sign up to receive eNews and other District updates by clicking here


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Lutheran Witness supplement

Minnesota South District’s supplement from the Lutheran Witness, an official periodical of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod

To receive the Lutheran Witness in the mail, with the District supplement included, please contact 1-800-325-3040 (option 2) or email lwsubscriptions@cph.org


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Engaged in Mission magazine

Minnesota South District's quarterly magazine shares stories about God’s people intentionally engaged in loving God, people, and our Lutheran theology to make disciples of all nations in the Minnesota South District and beyond

To sign up to receive this free magazine in the mail, email communications@mnsdistrict.org


Sagacity

SAGES Ministry’s quarterly publication to encourage and connect older adults with God and each other


One Voice for Public Policy

Minnesota South District’s resource to help leaders engage in public policy from a Lutheran perspective

Sign up to receive public policy updates here

Main Street Living

Sundays at 10 a.m. on WFTC

Main Street Living offers a worship experience to the many who cannot, will not, or do not attend worship on a regular basis. Main Street Living airs from 10 to 11 a.m. each Sunday on WFTC. The first half hour is re-mastered episodes of the popular “This is the Life” TV series from Lutheran Hour Ministries. The second half hour is a modified Lutheran worship service featuring a message from a different Minnesota pastor each week. Check out the Twin Cities tab of the Main Street Living website for additional information.

Congregations are encouraged to share information about the program in their weekly bulletins and newsletters.

Although endorsed by the Minnesota South District, Main Street Living receives no financial backing from the District or Synod. Individuals and church groups finance the program through generous donations.