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Bible Storybook

Indonesia: Bringing the Small Catechism into Public Schools

Thursday, March 26, 2020

When guessing which country in the world has the largest population of Muslims, most people probably wouldn’t think of Indonesia in Southeast Asia, where about 85% of the nation’s 270 million citizens follow the teachings of Islam. Although the majority of the country is Sunni Muslim, Indonesia’s founders admired diversity, so the country does not … Read More

Despite Increasing Persecution, LCMS Missionary is Introducing Muslims to Jesus

Friday, March 20, 2020

Kazakhstan – the world’s largest landlocked country, sandwiched between Russia, China and the Middle East – is at a crossroads, literally and figuratively. The contemporary, modern lines of Astana, the capital city, stand in stark contrast to the snowcapped mountains where eagle hunters practice their centuries-old craft. But one aspect of Kazakh life that remains … Read More

Incredible Response to New LHF Book

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Wow…amazing!! More than 80 percent of Vietnam’s people say they are atheist. And yet, just 2 DAYS after launching an announcement about LHF’s “Bible Stories in Pictures – Old Testament” in Vietnam, *more than 2,000 copies* of the 3,000 that were printed have been claimed! “This shows that LHF books are really well received by … Read More

Putting Down Buddhism’s Burdens

Monday, January 13, 2020

Rev. Sopha Korn (pictured reading LHF’s Khmer translation of A Child’s Garden of Bible Stories to village children, at right) is a translator and distributor of LHF’s books in Cambodia. This is his story of finding peace in Christ, taught in LHF books. Buddhist Conversion to Christianity Tell us about yourself. How did you become … Read More

Ghana Lutherans Celebrate 60 Years in Mission

Monday, September 16, 2019

In August, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ghana (ELCG) celebrated its 60th anniversary, and an important highlight of that celebration was the dedication and distribution of new LHF publications in five Ghanaian languages.More than 700 people participated in the celebration, marking the birth of the ELCG in 1959. “Real Lutheran missionary efforts began in Ghana … Read More