Download a bulletin insert that offers ways LCMS members and congregations may support the earthquake relief work in Nepal.
The missionaries, their spouses and children — a total of 62 people — will be going to Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Dr. Daniel Harmelink, executive director, and Becky Wells, museum curator, of Concordia Historical Institute (CHI) talk about the new Papua New Guinea exhibit on display now at the Institute.
The free exhibit — “Bringing Christ to the Highlands” — runs through 2015 at Concordia Historical Institute in St. Louis.
Horn and his family arrived in Papua New Guinea in August, where they have continued the work first started by LCMS missionaries to the country in 1948.
More than half of the world’s 7 billion people live in Asia, and a majority of these have never heard the Gospel message. To better meet these opportunities to live out the Great Commission, the LCMS divided mission work in Asia into two regions in 2012 — forming the new region of Southern Asia and Oceania.
Special “sending service” for 38 new Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) missionaries being sent to the four corners of the globe.
From its earliest days, the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has been a church of missions. Our first overseas missionaries were sent to India. Learn how the seeds planted through their 19th century missionary efforts continue to blossom today.
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