Welcoming Ukrainian Refugees
Ukrainian Alex Gerzhyk found safety in the United States thanks to the diligent efforts of St. John Lutheran Church, Hubbard, Iowa.
Education that Crosses Borders
Meet the Rev. Bahadir Argönül, pastor of Istanbul Lutheran Church in Istanbul, Turkey.
Starting a Lutheran Congregation in Greece
Meet Jordan Tsakmalis, who hopes to start the first Lutheran congregation in Katerini, Greece.
Refuge for Ukrainian Refugees
The International Lutheran Center at the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany, has become home to a group of Ukrainian refugees.
Q&A with the Rev. Dr. Cory Rajek, Eurasia Regional Director
The Rev. Dr. Cory Rajek took over as regional director in January 2023.
‘The Word Does Everything’
Students and staff of the Luther Academy in Riga, Latvia, gather in Wittenberg, Germany, for a week of in-person learning and fellowship.
Q&A with Rev. James Krikava, Eurasia Regional Director
The Rev. James Krikava talks about what The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is doing to assist Ukraine and displaced Ukrainians amid the current crisis.
Keeping the ‘Missionary Briquette’ Hot
A project to reach Farsi speakers energizes experts from both sides of the Atlantic.
United in the Mission of the Church
Meet three of the Synod’s missionaries who are serving in the Czech Republic, Papua New Guinea and Kenya.
There’s an App for That: Sharing the Gospel in the Czech Republic
A new prayer app, available in both Czech and English, is connecting people with the Gospel and the church.
Bringing the Reformation to Bucharest
The Confessional Lutheran Church in Romania and its pastor are bringing the true Gospel to Romanians
A Bridge to the Gospel
Die Brücke, a Lutheran outreach center in Leipzig, Germany, is connecting refugees and native Germans to Christ
The Wittenberg Project Ends … and Begins
With the completion of the funding campaign, ministry begins in Wittenberg, Germany.