This week’s Moment of Mission continues our series as we lead up to Lutheran Week 2019!
While many are familiar with the tangible ways that Water Mission shares the love of Christ, we are excited to share more about their discipleship and church planting efforts as they also share the Water of Life. (Aired via Facebook Live on June 10th.). For additional details on Lutheran Week, please visit: lutheranweek.com
Originally produced by Live Like Jesus and Water Mission. For additional details – please visit: watermission.org
What a privilege and blessing it is to live in a country where we have the freedom to participate in a National Day of Prayer. Created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed by President Harry S. Truman, the National Day of Prayer is significant because it prompts us to remember how our founding fathers sought the wisdom of God when making decisions. Each year, the first Thursday of May is set aside as a time to pray for our nation and to come humbly before God, seeking His guidance for our leaders, unity for our country, and His grace upon each of us.
I recently returned from a trip to Indonesia where we visited some of Water Mission’s safe water projects. It was encouraging to see how God is at work in this distant part of the world.
Indonesia is the fourth largest country in the world following China, India, and the United States. It is also the world’s most populous Muslim country. The differences between predominantly Muslim and predominantly Christian communities were fascinating and apparent as we visited a wide range of communities. It was amazing to learn how God is using all of these projects to transform people’s lives. Continue reading “Water Mission Project in Indonesia”
Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Aug. 25, devastating millions on the Gulf Coast of Texas. NALC Disaster Response and NALC congregations have been providing emergency relief since. After touring from Corpus Christi to Houston, Mary Bates, NALC Disaster Coordinator, assessed the need for donation centers and volunteer team housing. Continue reading “NALC Disaster Response Update”