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Book of Concord

A Historic Event: the Khmer Book of Concord

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Twenty years ago, there was no Lutheran church body in Cambodia, a country in Southeast Asia just west of Vietnam. It’s been an amazing journey over the past couple of decades, but today, Lutheran church leaders there are celebrating a historic moment in the life of the Cambodia Lutheran Church (CLC): the translation and publication … Read More

A Glimpse into Asian Lutheran missions

Monday, January 25, 2021

It’s been a privilege to see firsthand in my travels throughout Asia both the great NEED for Lutheran materials, the great DESIRE for Lutheran materials, and the great IMPACT of Lutheran materials. It is staggeringly sad to see what passes for theology in many parts of Asia, even among those who consider themselves Lutheran. All … Read More

Taiwanese Christians embrace Book of Concord

Thursday, January 21, 2021

A major LHF translation project more than 5 years in the making is nearing completion: the Book of Concord (BOC) in the Traditional Chinese language. “There’s something amazing going on right now in Taiwan in our partner church (China Evangelical Lutheran Church – CELC),” said Rev. Michael Paul, LCMS theological educator in Taiwan and editor … Read More

Congolese immigrants need Lutheran education books

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Greetings in the Name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! My name is Rev. William Weiss, and I am pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Des Moines, IA. A couple of years ago you helped us by sending materials in the Vietnamese language. Well, our God has chosen to send another group of immigrants … 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