LCA International Mission works with partner churches overseas to take the life-changing good news about Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth. LCA International Mission invites you to learn about and support the missionaries and their families as they serve internationally.
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The month of March was filled with visitors from LCA International Mission partner churches, beginning with a visit from Rev Dedi Pardosi, the director of the National Committee of LWF member churches in Indonesia (KN-LWF), and closely followed by church leaders from Malaysia and Singapore.
LCA International Mission warmly invites you to gather online once a month in prayer with others across Australia, New Zealand and among our partner churches on the last Tuesday of every month at 12 noon (ACST).
As people in parts of Aotearoa–New Zealand face the devastating aftermath of deadly floods there late last month, Bishop Mark Whitfield has invited all members of the LCANZ to join him in prayer for ‘those members of your whānau (family) who are suffering’.
On a tour of Europe in 1973, Valerie Volk had her first accidental encounter with Oberammergau, a tiny town in the southern German Bavarian Alps. At once she was intrigued and it was the beginning of a 50-year love affair with this historic place.
Despite living in a village where more than 95 per cent of people are baptised and actively involved in the church, members of the Lutheran congregation at Banden in Thailand’s Nan province remain passionate about local mission – and the fruits of their tireless commitment are a joy to witness.
International mission practitioners, researchers and theologians from four different continents met last week in North Adelaide, hosted by the LCANZ’s New and Renewing Churches department at Australian Lutheran College.
How can we bring the voice of the youth into our church? And how do we do this so that the work of the youth is considered the work of the church? These are questions 22-year-old Elsa Matthias has been exploring with other young Lutherans from around the globe.