Mission U Courses

MISSION U trains lay people to share the Gospel in a 21st century setting. Each host congregation can choose the course appropriate for its members from a list of five options:

MU-101 – Equipping to Share: Everyday Evangelism
Learn to overcome fear and to effectively share your faith within three relationship models: brief encounters, close relationships, and in times of crisis.

MU-102 – Equipping to Share: Stories and Styles
Clarify and practice telling your faith story in ways that point to the Savior. Recognize multiple styles and contexts for sharing your faith and learn to apply them to everyday life.

MU-201 – Equipping to Share: Tough Questions
Learn how to identify, classify and get to the root of tough questions and objections to Christianity, and practice giving sensitive and relevant answers that point to the Savior, using messages of “Law” and “Gospel” as appropriate.

MU-202/301 – “Equipping to Share: A Culture of Outreach
Learn to assess your congregational environment and identify specific outreach opportunities that will connect you with your community. Learn how to compassionately share Jesus Christ in today’s pluralistic, anything-goes culture.

MU203 – Sharing the Gospel in the Digital Age has been discontinued as a Saturday workshop. Consider participating in our webinar on this topic! Learn more here, or please contact us for more information.


Coming this summer Lutheran Hour Ministries will be taking its popular MISSION U curriculum of courses to a new level.


MISSION U’s workshop-based instruction will transition its content into an e-learning format.

Starting June 1st the instructor-lead courses will come to an end.

Click here for more information.