LCMS World Relief and Human Care
Helping others causes an overflowing of praise and thanksgiving — in Cambodia, in Fort Wayne and around the world.
Lutherans carry out St. Paul’s direction to “do good to everyone,” both in the United States and across the globe.
Lutherans are caring for Ukrainian refugees who have fled their country in search of safety amid the ongoing Russian invasion.
Lutherans serve both Christians and non-Christians, whether they are victims of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Fla., or English-language learners in Belize.
Lutherans share Christ’s mercy with those in need, whether in rural Nebraska or Lima, Peru.
“Our LCMS founders said much about pastors and congregations making special efforts to care for people in need. That specific mercy ministry may look different today, but the Scriptures still call us to that concern,” LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison writes in this issue.
Since Christ showed mercy to us, we show mercy to others — from Illinois to Cambodia to Germany. Read more in the January 2023 issue.
From Kenya to Florida, Lutherans are active in serving their neighbors. Read more in the November 2022 issue.
The September 2022 issue highlights how Lutherans from Wisconsin to Hong Kong are sharing God’s Word and mercy with their neighbors.
The July 2022 issue includes articles on how Lutherans in Kenya and Illinois are sharing Christ’s mercy with their neighbors.
The May 2022 issue highlights how Lutherans are helping those in diverse locations from Kentucky to Ukraine.
The March 2022 issue highlights mercy work in Indonesia and Alaska.
The January 2022 issue highlights how Lutherans are caring for their neighbors in both body and soul.
The November 2021 issue highlights how Lutherans in Kenya and the United States are being prepared for future service to both God and neighbor.
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated nationwide Sept. 15–Oct. 15, and this issue of Sharing highlights two examples of how the church is engaged in Hispanic ministry.