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Ishimwe Niryawe Yesu (Praise & Glory Be To You Jesus)

The translation of the song from Kinyarwanda into English is below. May your faith be enriched by this song focused on the hope that Christians have through Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the world. Mwami Mana yacu Waratuvinze, uturinda Umujinya … Continue reading

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Rwanda: A Country Undergoing Healing

In 1994, Rwanda experienced a genocide. In one hundred days, one million Rwandans (mostly Tutsis and some moderate Hutus) were slaughtered by Hutus. Almost two and half decades later, Rwandans are still impacted by the fallout of the genocide in … Continue reading

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I’m Back … posting!

It’s been awhile since I posted. Since my last post, I have been to Cameroon and Rwanda serving the Lord and His missionary people. What a privilege!  Many of my future posts will focus on my experiences in those countries. … Continue reading

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Fatal Flaws Film: The Candice Lewis interview. Candice was pressured to die by assisted death.

Kevin Dunn, Director of the film Fatal Flaws writes in a recent blog posting for Euthanasia Prevention Coalition: Wherever you stand on the issue, it’s impossible to ignore the cultural shift in attitude towards euthanasia and assisted suicide. What was … Continue reading

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“True Biblical orthodoxy is always full of spiritual life, full of missionary zeal, full of unfeigned helpful, compassionate love, for it is the work of the Holy Spirit in the hearts of His believing children.” — Rev. F.W. Herzberger

Source: Texas District Monthly Newsletter, April 2017, page 3.

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Mission Training Center: Training Laity for Service in Jesus’ Mission and Ministry

Mission Training Center develops people for God’s mission through training opportunities centered in the Bible and taught through the lenses of God’s mission. Participants confidently and competently reach into the community with appropriate and contextual proclamation and disciple-making ministry, as … Continue reading

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THRED Ministry Launches: It’s Time for Dialogue About Faith and Life — Not a Shouting Match

THRED is Lutheran Hour Ministry’s new digital outreach project. THRED is a place to go for open, honest conversation about life and faith — and Jesus. Blog-style posts and in-depth articles cover an array of topics (e.g. marriage, God, Faith, … Continue reading

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International Lutheran Hour Ministries Volunteer Trips

Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM), through the International Ministries Partnership program, offers unique short-term volunteer team opportunities for groups such as a congregation, district, school, youth group, Lutheran organization, or even a group of friends. Teams work alongside local LHM staff … Continue reading

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A NEW Lutheran Mission Matters

The latest issue of the Lutheran Mission Matters journal is now in print. Articles will soon be added to LSFM.global. The inspiring articles center around the theme of Science and Mission. Read this article about Lutheran mission’s contribution to the … Continue reading

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“Consult not your fears but your hopes. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you have tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do.” — St. John XXIII

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