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Americas

Pastor’s Wife Shares Good News In Workplace

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Anyone who’s ever gone to an LWML, LEA or LCMS district convention has seen exhibitor tables, where companies and organizations distribute brochures and free giveaway items like pens, keychains or stress balls. Chances are, the stress ball you pick up might be from an imprinting company called Ariel Premium Supply, headquartered in St. Louis, Mo. … Read More

As Venezuela Crumbles, God’s Word Brings Comfort

Monday, March 18, 2019

What is a pastor – or a church body – to do as their country falls apart? It’s a very real question for Rev. Miguelángel Pérez, president of the Lutheran Church of Venezuela (LCV) and for Rev. David Ernst, an LCMS pastor called to serve the LCV. Once a prosperous country, Venezuela today is in … Read More

Jesus Never Fails: Tiny booklet makes a big impact

Friday, March 15, 2019

Jesus never fails. When facing difficulties in life, it’s a message that Christians everywhere need to be reminded of. As he traveled the world as the founder of LHF, meeting Christians young and old, Rev. Robert Rahn came back to this message again and again. Finally, he decided the time had come to write a … 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