For more than 30 years, Rev. Dr. Wallace Schulz has boldly proclaimed the Gospel in pulpits, in print and over the airwaves. Across the United States and around the world, his voice rings strong and clear, focusing his listeners on the message of salvation through faith alone in Jesus Christ.
A former LCMS vice president, Rev. Schulz is now called to the Lutheran Heritage Foundation (LHF), an organization dedicated to translating, publishing and distributing confessional Lutheran materials around the world. Rev. Schulz has spent a great deal of time overseas, doing the work of an evangelist – one who presents the Gospel of Christ primarily to the unsaved in words that the man of the street can understand.
His journeys have taken him into countries where people suffer for their faith. Under the Soviet Union’s Communist government, Christians were persecuted: pastors were imprisoned and executed; church buildings, Bibles and other Christian printed materials were destroyed. Without the printed Word to sustain and grow their faith, the Christian confession seemed all but dead.
Rev. Schulz was the first person from the LCMS to enter the former Soviet Union, traveling throughout Russia and Siberia. Along the way, he found opportunities to tell the people about Jesus Christ, and he alerted Rev. Robert Rahn, the founder of LHF, to the need for printed Christian materials. To help provide pastors to teach the people, Rev. Schulz started a program to bring Russian men to study at LCMS seminaries in the United States.
For more than a decade, he has also maintained contact with and assisted underground Christian churches in China and Cuba by helping develop ways to distribute Christian materials in those countries.
Rev. Schulz continues to proclaim the Gospel in the United States and more than a dozen other countries by writing and editing the highly-acclaimed Good News Journal. Good News is a popularly-written magazine that introduces new Christians to the foundations of the Lutheran faith: Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions. Rev. Schulz’ ability to simply but powerfully explain Scripture also strengthens lifelong Lutherans’ faith and understanding.
Would your congregation like to hear more?
You and your congregation can hear Rev. Schulz’ inspiring accounts of God’s church persevering and growing under the most adverse circumstances. Contact the Lutheran Heritage Foundation to hear how you can take part in this “second Reformation,” putting into the hands of new Christians the books that will help form the foundation of their faith.
E-mail the LHF office, or call the LHF World Mission Center at (800)554-0723.