Month: January 2021

A Glimpse into Asian Lutheran missions

Jan 25, 2021 Comments Off on A Glimpse into Asian Lutheran missions
May 22 @ 3:46 pm

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…

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District LWML Grants Share Gospel With Immigrants

Jan 22, 2021 Comments Off on District LWML Grants Share Gospel With Immigrants
May 22 @ 3:46 pm

The United States has always welcomed people from around the world to her shores. “While these immigrants and refugees come for a new life in a new country, we also recognize that many of them need one more thing: a new life in Christ,” said Rev. Matthew Heise, LHF executive…

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In just 3 years, 100 new believers join St. Petersburg church

Jan 22, 2021 Comments Off on In just 3 years, 100 new believers join St. Petersburg church
May 22 @ 3:46 pm

LHF’s books seem to be intricately woven throughout the faith life of Rev. Evgeny Raskatov, pastor of St. Anne’s Lutheran Church in St. Petersburg, Russia. Born into an atheist family, Evgeny was introduced to the Christian faith by a friend who invited him to a Salvation Army youth camp, where…

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Taiwanese Christians Embrace Book of Concord

Jan 21, 2021 Comments Off on Taiwanese Christians Embrace Book of Concord
May 22 @ 3:46 pm

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…

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