Disaster-response planning continues among LCMS Disaster Response, LCMS Texas District responders and partner organizations as Hurricane Harvey relief operations switch gears toward long-term recovery.
Members of Memorial Lutheran Church go door to door, reaching out “to help anyone who has needs.”
The Rev. Micah Glenn and the Rev. Antonio Lopez will serve in Ferguson, Mo., and Brownsville, Texas, respectively.
Ysleta Lutheran Mission Human Care in El Paso, Texas, offers food, housing, clothing — and the love of Christ — to 80 Cuban immigrants. They are among some 4,000 who recently entered the U.S.
When Bethesda Lutheran Communities asked for help with cleanup, local LCMS congregations responded immediately.
The $49,760 grant will be used to enhance the Center for Vocation & Professional Development at Concordia University Texas.
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- BOD votes to increase disaster-fund impact September 26, 2017
- ‘The word did everything’ September 26, 2017
- Oct. 1 church bulletin insert, flier for disaster relief September 25, 2017
- LCMS Stewardship releases free Bible study September 25, 2017