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Year: 2019

In Uganda, a Mother Chooses Life for her son

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Twenty-four years ago, in the small city of Kakinga, Uganda, a baby boy was born. His parents named him Obed, but sadly, Obed was not well. “As I was still a baby, a disease attacked me,” recalled Obed Orishaba. “For three years, my mom carried me to hospital every day, ten miles per walk. My … Read More

Lutherans model a different way of life to Buddhists

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

In a country that’s about 95 percent Buddhist, it’s not always easy to be a Christian. But since 2004, the Thailand Concordia Lutheran Church (TCLC) has been making inroads in shining the Light of Christ among their Buddhist neighbors. Fewer than 600 of Thailand’s 69 million people belong to the TCLC’s eight congregations and four … Read More

Persecution in Finland

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Your prayers are urgently requested for translator Päivi Räsänen in Finland. Päivi, who is a Christian medical doctor and a member of the Finnish Parliament (Christian Democrats), is being investigated for “incitement to hatred” for her work on a 2004 publication supported by LHF, concerning Christian marriage and homosexuality. “[This is] a Preliminary Investigation of … Read More

Sharing the Message of Life to All the World!

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Just recently, I heard that $10 million dollars was raised for one very specific initiative. At first I was in awe – $10 million raised! That’s incredible! But then I reflected on what it was raised for. It was raised to fund the “abortion pill” in California public universities. Ten million dollars raised to abort … Read More

LHF translator falls asleep in Christ

Monday, November 25, 2019

1 John 4:18: Perfect love casts out fear. “To have Christ as the perfect love that drives out all fear is so meaningful.” – Rev. Kou Seying* This weekend, LHF Hmong translator, Rev. Laokouxang (Kou) Seying fell asleep in Christ. Rev. Seying spent his career sharing the Word with others as a missionary to Hmong … Read More