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Europe

CPH gifts LHF with half-million catechisms

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

In recognition of LHF’s recent 25th anniversary celebration, Concordia Publishing House (CPH), the publishing arm of The Lutheran Church―Missouri Synod, has presented an incredible gift to the Lutheran Heritage Foundation: 500,000 English-language copies of A Simple Explanation of Christianity (Small Catechism enchiridion). LHF will distribute the catechisms to mission contacts throughout Africa, Asia and Southeast … Read More

River of Life Makes Big Splash in Poland

Monday, September 17, 2018

This summer, a Lutheran school teacher, a military supply chain manager and a 12-year-old girl and her father shared the Gospel with children in Poland using LHF’s “River of Life” VBS curriculum. For the past 10 years, the LCMS Office of International Ministry (OIM) has coordinated short-term mission volunteers to run summertime English as a … Read More

The “Year of the Bible” Proclaimed in Ukraine

Monday, May 14, 2018

As 2018 is proclaimed the “Year of the Bible” in Ukraine, Lutheran youth and teens are receiving their own Ukrainian-language Bible Stories in Pictures from the Lutheran Heritage Foundation. LHF has translated and printed 1,000 copies of the colorful Bible storybook in the Ukrainian language. Laid in a comic book style, its 350 pages include … Read More

Russian study Bible brings new understanding

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Even for the longtime Christian, Scripture can be confusing. The catechism’s question, “What does this mean?” often comes to mind. Just in time for Christmas, LHF’s many supporters are providing a gift to the people of Russia to help them better understand God’s Word to them: a Bible with study notes. “This is something the people … Read More

In Georgia: LHF Books Help Revive Church Destroyed by Communism

Thursday, October 5, 2017

by Ruslan Tsintsadze “We are praising God for the Lutheran Heritage Foundation, because the Republic of Georgia is a post-Soviet country where atheism ruled for seven decades. Historically, we as a nation were Christians since the 4th century; we kept the faith until 1921 when the Red Army entered Georgia. For exactly 70 years we … Read More