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Month: January 2019

Cameroon church needs more French books

Monday, January 28, 2019

Greetings LHF, I am pastor in the Church of the Brethren Lutheran of Cameroon and I am the librarian of the seminary of the same church. We received some time ago books from the LHF mission, and through these books I tried to know more about LHF. Then I discovered your resourceful site. That is … Read More

The LHF Match is back – DOUBLE your gift to the mission!

Saturday, January 26, 2019

THE LHF MATCH: THE MATCH THAT DOUBLES YOUR GIFT TO THE LHF MISSION A generous LHF supporter has renewed the “LHF Match,” matching your gift dollar-for-dollar to help translate and publish books about Jesus Christ for churches around the world. Any individual or church/organization who is new to supporting the LHF mission or who hasn’t … Read More

Medical mercy team shares Good News in Haiti

Thursday, January 24, 2019

contribution by Mary Harrington, former president, LWML North Wisconsin District Our mission to Lozandier was planned for Nov. 7-14. We were on a medical and eyeglass mission to Haiti, where we saw and treated more than 1,000 people in our 5 days of mission work. The Lord was with us every step of the way. … Read More

Using Your Thrivent Benefits to Share the Gospel

Thursday, January 24, 2019

At St. Paul Lutheran High School (SPLHS) in Concordia, Missouri, international students are learning the Lutheran faith through LHF-translated catechisms – thanks to a Thrivent Financial Action Team grant. “We call ourselves a global mission in the heart of Missouri,” explained Clint Colwell, admissions director at SPLHS. “We have just over 200 students, and 60 … Read More

Iranian Muslim Immigrants Embrace Catechism

Thursday, January 24, 2019

contribution by Rev. Knud Skov, Danish Balkan Mission Since 2015, streams of refugees and migrants have been coming to Europe, and now hundreds of Iranians and Syrians have found themselves in Denmark. The Iranians (former Shiite Muslims) sought the Christian community, and some of them came into our Lutheran churches. Recently Syrians and Africans (Somalis, … Read More