Who we are:
Confessional Lutherans for Christ’s Commission (CLCC) is based on our belief that:
- The Scriptures of the Old and the New Testament are the inspired and inerrant Word of God and the only rule and norm of faith and practice; and
- The Confessions of the Lutheran Church are a true and unadulterated exposition of the Word of God.
What we do:
Our mission is to develop and deliver educational programs and resources that will benefit Lutherans, primarily the laity, throughout the United States.
Our prayerful objective:
Our vision is to contribute to a more knowledgeable laity that translates into more active congregational life and greater member retention.
We trace our roots to discussions among Rev. Robert Jarvis, Rev. Andrew Simcak, Rev. Al Jeske, Rev. Steve Brockdorf, Rev. Thomas Queck, Deaconess Betty Mulholland, Ginny Valleau, David Lord and Gene White to develop resources to help Lutheran laity better understand the doctrines and heritage of the Lutheran Church. The organization was subsequently founded in Minneapolis in 2008 and is registered as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.
Our programs today:
We provide academically developed, Scripturally based seminars, conferences and training materials that have reached hundreds of our brothers and sisters in Christ.