Month: October 2017

Congo Needs Lutheran Books

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Hello, My name is Albert. I am currently enrolled in the EIIT program in St. Louis. I am a Congolese immigrant and I used your materials several years ago to help me in my studies and with our other immigrants in my area. I have a request from connections in Lubumbashi, Congo who very much … Read More

Chinese Student Needs to Study the Augsburg Confession

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Dear LHF, I am studying in the United States, and next semester we have a class on the Augsburg Confession. I am trying to read this book in Chinese before the class starts. I need the Augsburg Confession in Traditional Chinese for my study here. If you have one for me to use here in … Read More

Missionaries to Sri Lanka need books for school

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

I would like to put a request a set of books; A Child’s Garden in French. This will be used for Christmas gifts to the children in our orphanage in Haiti. Our other option is to have the books for a French reading class at three different school our children attend. At Christ Church Lutheran, … Read More

8th grade Thai student needs books in her language

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Hello, I am the 8th grader teacher at St. Paul Lutheran School in Ann Arbor. I have a young lady from Thailand in my class who has been in the U.S. about a month. While she has fair English skills, her background is Buddhist and she has no prior knowledge of Jesus. The Spirit is … Read More

In Georgia: LHF Books Help Revive Church Destroyed by Communism

Thursday, October 5, 2017

by Ruslan Tsintsadze “We are praising God for the Lutheran Heritage Foundation, because the Republic of Georgia is a post-Soviet country where atheism ruled for seven decades. Historically, we as a nation were Christians since the 4th century; we kept the faith until 1921 when the Red Army entered Georgia. For exactly 70 years we … Read More