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Children

Sunday school materials for southeast Asia go into testing

Thursday, January 1, 2015

January 2015 – Imagine trying to teach a class with only one small textbook. There is no instructor’s manual, no teacher’s notes…and it’s a subject you don’t know a lot about. How well could you teach your students? Could you answer their questions? This is the situation faced by Sunday school teachers throughout Southeast Asia. Many … Read More

LWML “Mighty Mites” spread the Gospel worldwide

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

July 2014 – Quarters, dimes and nickels dropped into the mite boxes of Lutheran Women’s Missionary League members across the United States are funding thousands of LHF publications for Christians around the globe. Over the past several months, several district LWMLs have chosen to fund LHF projects for Lutheran books in countries like Turkey, Haiti, Latvia, and Ethiopia, … Read More

Ghana receives Child’s Garden and Augsburg Confession

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Greetings in Jesus’ name! We have almost distributed all the books we received from you (A Child’s Garden of Bible Stories; Service Book and the Augsburg Confession). A reprint is required but it is proper they are revised. We have begun revising the Service Book as well as the Small Catechism, which is already being revised. The … Read More

Kenyan Street Boys Receive Catechism

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

The 11-year-old boy scans the unfamiliar Kisumu street, a little unsure of himself for the first time since the heated argument with his father this morning. In a small space between two shops, he spots a couple of boys his size. Feeling more confident, he walks over to say hello. But something is wrong. The … Read More

Hmong Child’s Garden of Bible Stories Arrives in the U.S.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

October 2011 – “Puag thaum ub tsis muaj lub ntiajteb no.” “Long, long ago there was no world…”  So begins the LHF translation of A Child’s Garden of Bible Stories into the Hmong language. Not so very long ago, publishing this simple introduction to the Christian faith wouldn’t have been possible, says Rev. Kou Seying, a Hmong pastor … Read More