Christian Evangelism remains illegal within the borders of Belarus. Yet, the hearts of the faithful within Belarus Lutheran Missionary Fellowship (BLMF) — and our East European Mission Network (EEMN) partner in ministry — and Pastor Valery Hryhoryk continue to strive forward in building the Body of Christ. Continue reading “Introducing Pastor Valery Hryhoryk – NALC Global Worker in Belarus”
The second Tuesday of every month, the NALC will be hosting a free Youth and Family Ministry webinar at 2 pm EST. Each webinar has a 40-45 minute presentation with the last 15-20 minutes open to Q & A and best practices.
To register for the September 12th Webinar or for more information, please visit: Youth and Family Ministry Webinar.
Survey after survey has begun to stir up fear in the hearts of churches across the United States. The amount of “gray hair” that can be found in our pews has become a source of worry for many. Continue reading “Senior Ministry Conference Update”
Pastor Ralph Easterhaus and I flew into Lilongwe, the capital of Malawi, on Saturday, June 24th, after an unintended one-day layover in Johannesburg due to a missed connection. Continue reading “Reflections on Malawi”
Seeing children as God sees them is quite the challenge for us all, but an even greater challenge in those parts of the world where the influence of Christianity has been very limited. Continue reading “Call To Love Conference”
Starting this summer, Lutherans in the U.S. will be able to purchase LWR Farmers Market Coffee – a delicious line of coffee sourced directly from farmers involved in Lutheran World Relief (LWR) projects. Continue reading “LWR Farmers Market Coffee”
A group of disciples from Living Water Lutheran Church in Centerville, Ohio, recently returned from their fifth mission trip to Haiti. In addition to supporting the discipleship efforts of 12 local pastors, the group was able to extend God’s love to children at the Guitton School, orphans of the 2010 earthquake residing at a Bon Repos Children’s Home, and dozens of families in several local communities.
Continue reading “Haitian Pastors Are Making Disciples”