Several young, Boston-area professionals faithfully support their congregations and the work of the church through the Lutheran Malaria Initiative, serving as role models of Christian stewardship.
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Claire Kuddes, a widow from Independence, Mo., gives $50 a month to the LCMS for mercy work and sees it as her way of carrying out the Great Commission as instructed by Christ in Scripture.
Soon, 29 new LCMS missionaries will venture out onto mission fields across the globe. Standing behind them is a network of support designed to go the distance in meeting each missionary’s needs so that nothing impedes the proclamation of the Gospel. How does this ‘net’ work and how can you be part of it? It’s all explained here.
by Kim Plummer Krull It was 17 years ago when Tim Heiney began serving as the first Lutheran missionary in Guinea, West Africa. He questioned if he could provide proper theological training while dealing with “all the other problems, frustrations and opportunities” that go along with mission work. But thanks be to God who, through […]
Growing up in St. Paul, Minn., marion johnson and orville Lundstrom took an interest in mission work. Although Orville considered becoming a Lutheran missionary in Africa, he pursued a career as a geologist. His future wife, Marion, became a teacher.
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