Month: January 2018

Epiphany devotion

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

To me, though I am the very least of all the saints, this grace was given, to preach to the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ. — Ephesians 3:8 As we greet the New Year, we remember Paul’s words about preaching to the Gentiles the great treasure that we receive as we reflect upon our … Read More

Reformation Embraced by Thousands in Thailand

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Over 2,000 people attended Lutheran Reformation celebrations held this past November in Thailand and Cambodia – a significant event given that these Southeast Asian countries are less than one percent Christian. Organized by LHF’s coordinator for Southeast Asian projects Rev. Ted NaThalang and Rev. Niran Temsakun (another pastor in the Thailand Concordia Lutheran Church), Christians … Read More

South Sudan seminary celebrates new class of students

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

In South Sudan, where there are only 66 ordained pastors to serve nearly 200 congregations in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in South Sudan/Sudan (ELCSS/S), a new class of 25 students has begun their seminary studies. Rev. Robert Rahn, founder of the Lutheran Heritage Foundation, traveled to the town of Yambio, South Sudan to preach at … Read More

Missionary to Burma needs materials

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Hello LHF, I will be teaching the Small Catechism in Burma in June 2018 Lord willing. I will be teaching in English and it will be translated. I am expecting to teach from the 2017 English version of the LCMS Small Catechism with Explanation. I notice you have Burmese editions of the Small Catechism and … Read More

Puerto Rican immigrants need Spanish Bibles

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Hi LHF, I worked with you back in 2015 to get some Spanish Bibles with the Catechism down in Puerto Rico. I’m now back in the States serving a parish in Michigan. Is there any possibility of getting some Spanish Bibles for our congregation? We have a group of Puerto Ricans who have recently moved … Read More