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Grant Helps Give Deaf Teens the Word of God

Using an Eutychus Youth Grant from LCMS Youth Ministry, Jesus Lutheran Church of the Deaf, Austin, Texas, was able to provide Bibles to hundreds of deaf students.

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Lutherans Engage the World — Engaging the Church in the work of witness and mercy
across the globe in our life together. Content is prepared by LCMS Communications.

Grant Encourages Autism Awareness in LCMS Schools

After receiving a grant from LCMS School Ministry, autism awareness speaker Aaron Likens traveled to LCMS schools, colleges and universities to share his story of living with Asperger’s syndrome.

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Lutherans Engage the World — Engaging the Church in the work of witness and mercy
across the globe in our life together. Content is prepared by LCMS Communications.

The Healing Gospel in a World of Law

LCMS grant dollars provide an opportunity for seminary students to train for law enforcement chaplaincy.

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Lutherans Engage the World — Engaging the Church in the work of witness and mercy
across the globe in our life together. Content is prepared by LCMS Communications.

National Mercy Grant African Immigrants and a New Foundation

Upon arriving in America, immigrants often experience a flood of emotional and spiritual upheaval. Through a mission called French African Immigrant Mercy and Evangelism (FAIME), refugees receive Bible and catechism education, job-training classes and housing as they adjust to life in America. A Congo native, the Rev. Kasongo Gui delivers God’s Word of hope to African immigrants, in as many as five languages in Milwaukee, Wis.

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Lutherans Engage the World — Engaging the Church in the work of witness and mercy
across the globe in our life together. Content is prepared by LCMS Communications.

International Mercy Grant A Bridge to the Gospel for Muslim Refugees

God’s Word is changing lives in unexpected ways in Leipzig, Germany. In Luther’s homeland, large, immigrant Muslim communities are responding to the Gospel and being baptized. South African missionary Hugo Gevers is called to witness and show mercy to these refugees through a mission effort called Die Brücke, The Bridge. The mission is based out of a Lutheran church in Leipzig that is more than 100 years old.

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Lutherans Engage the World — Engaging the Church in the work of witness and mercy
across the globe in our life together. Content is prepared by LCMS Communications.

National Mercy Grant Enables Sustained Rebuilding Efforts in Flooded Areas

by Megan K. Mertz More than 4,100 families from the Minot, N.D., area lost their homes and possessions when the Souris River rose during the spring of 2011. Heavy rains caused flooding there and in many parts of the Midwest, forcing thousands of people to evacuate. Since then, the LCMS, through its Disaster Ministry, has […]

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Lutherans Engage the World — Engaging the Church in the work of witness and mercy
across the globe in our life together. Content is prepared by LCMS Communications.

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