Concordia Plans exists to provide ministries and workers with health, retirement and disability benefits that align with our Christian faith and values. As a non-profit partner of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod community that brings together thousands of ministries of all sizes, Concordia Plans is able to offer affordable, quality benefits, as well as business solutions that free up ministries to focus on spreading the Word of God. Find out more.
We are the only culinary and support services company dedicated to serving communities across the continuum of lifecare, senior living and healthcare. We were founded by a proven leadership team who have recognized that healthcare leaders lacked an innovative option in culinary and support service partners. Find out more.
An integrity-driven, compassionate organization who live their mission of Christ-Centered Service to Seniors, Each Other and the Community. Providing a comprehensive selection of retirement solutions—ranging from independent living to assisted living, long-term care and innovative home-based support—empower seniors to live a lifestyle of freedom, dignity, independence and safety. Find out more.
As the provider of the leading engagement and social connection platform for seniors, iN2L has been enriching the lives of older adults since 1999. A critical part of the experience in more than 3,700 nursing homes, assisted and independent living communities, CCRCs, life plan communities, memory care settings, adult day programs, and most recently, for older adults living at home, iN2L creates possibilities, enjoyment, and connection for hundreds of thousands of seniors. Find out more.
Johnson, Kendall & Johnson (JKJ) is a private, independent, employee-owned insurance brokerage, risk management, employee benefit and financial services firm that was established in 1959. JKJ offers a combination of personalized service, safety and risk management, claim consulting and innovative program design to support our clients. JKJ is licensed in and transacts business in all 50 states, with access to the major insurance markets. Find out more.
LCEF, a non-profit organization, has served as the financial extension of the LCMS since 1978, offering funding and resources to LCMS congregations, schools and rostered church workers through investment support of LCMS members. The mission of Lutheran Church Extension Fund is to support The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod by ensuring that financial resources and related services are available now and in the future. Find out more.