A Path to a Brighter Future
Project 24 is changing the lives of young people in Kenya.
Connecting Across the Miles
Two American families travel to Kenya to meet the students they sponsor through the Synod’s Christ’s Care for Children: Kenya program.
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.
Service Over Spring Break
College students serve those impacted by Hurricane Ian while learning new skills.
Welcoming Ukrainian Refugees
An LCMS congregation helps a Ukrainian family find shelter in a small town in Iowa amid the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Sheep Hearing the Voice of Their Shepherd
Ukrainian refugees are finding refuge in the Word of God while living in Wittenberg, Germany.
Bearing the Love of Christ After Disaster
Lutheran volunteers and organizations share Christ’s love through prayer and service in tornado-torn Selma, Ala.
Moving Families Forward
Trinity Lutheran Church in Lincoln, Neb., welcomes and cares for local families through a pro-life ministry called Forward.
‘There in the Name of Jesus Christ’
After Hurricane Ian hit Florida in September, LCMS Disaster Response and its volunteers and partners were quick to provide helping hands and the Gospel to those in need.
‘How Are They to Hear?’
St. Martin Lutheran School in Dearborn, Mich., shares the Gospel through deaf ministry.
Hope Amid the Rubble
After an earthquake, LCMS Disaster Response is working with local Lutheran ministries to offer hope and help in Haiti.
Integrating Faith and Health
The Synod’s parish nurses promote well-being in congregations, schools, homes, hospital rooms and wherever needed.
Compassion Centered on Christ, For All
The Hyattsville Compassion Center at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Hyattsville, Md., provides physical care and Gospel comfort for the community.