Opportunity for One on One Time with a Missionary, by Pr. Rossow
On Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, February 18-19, Pastor James May and I will be traversing the southern Michigan, northern Indiana and northwest Ohio terrain to spread the message of Lutherans in Africa. If you have a few minutes and would like us to stop and see you leave a message on this post or send an email to the BJS address and I will get back to you.
A few years ago the Brothers of John the Steadfast became so impressed with the purity of doctrine and the efficient use of donations by Rev. May and his LIA group that we decided to make it our own mission emphasis. Rev. May travels to the states each year this time for our annual conference. This year he will be speaking at two different regional conferences that we are helping to underwrite. In addition he has a couple of free days so we thought it would be good to make some more contacts.
LIA is growing and has engaged Wittenberg Church Consultants to launch a capital campaign to raise funds to build a new Lutheran Center in Africa. So far over one half of the Phase I goal of $500,000 has been pledged. If you would like to make a gift click here. If you would like more information drop us a line and we will send you the campaign materials.
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