The Widow of Tunua

In the Indonesian village of Tunua, there lives a widow named Ibu Eny. Despite her four grown children not living nearby, she remains close to her local Lutheran Church. Ibu Eny is a woman of strong faith who enjoys attending church services and participating in various activities with her church family.

Empowered by You: One Volunteer's Path to Higher Learning

In the peaceful northern region of Timor, Indonesia, the future can often feel predetermined for young women like Sandi. Many may marry early, working as domestic helpers or farmers just like their parents did. However, if we look back in time and ask Sandi about her dreams during her early high school years, her answers may surprise us.

Together in Care

In a world where it's easy to feel helpless in the face of problems like poverty, trauma, and family breakdown, one group of individuals is making a difference. The Foster Support volunteers at St. Mark Ev. Lutheran Church in Eau Claire, WI is proving that no matter how small your contribution, you can make a positive impact in your community. See the unique ways they are demonstrating the love of Christ in their words and actions to foster families in their neighborhood.

Bridging the Gap Between Service and Faith

A group of students from Kingdom Prep Lutheran High School went beyond fixing a porch and impacted a life in ways they never expected. Follow their journey as they demonstrate the true meaning of being a disciple of Christ, spreading love, and sharing their faith with their neighbor, Ragini. This heartwarming story will inspire you to build relationships, show compassion, and make a positive impact on the world around you. Read on to learn more about how the Kingdom Prep students are being equipped to become Christian leaders, and how their efforts are making a difference in their community.

Malawi Cyclone Emergency Relief Efforts

When Cyclone Freddy hit Malawi, our staff rapidly pivoted to do their part and help with the immediate needs of our Kingdom Workers volunteers as well as the communities we serve. Some areas are completely inaccessible due to damaged roads, making disaster relief efforts and connecting with our partners especially challenging. With thousands without power, contaminated water, and a rising death toll, we're quickly working to reach nearly 1,500 volunteers and individuals in our WASH and disability programs to provide aid.

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