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Category: NCLC

Lusaka, Zambia

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | March, 2015
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NOTES FROM THE FIELD (THIRD IN A SERIES) In this series, those involved with CLC foreign missions profile one area of our overseas endeavors. Written by: Pastor Todd Ohlmann of Faith Lutheran Church in Manchester, Missouri, he serves as chairman of the CLC Board of Missions. Bakthavachalam, Moshi, Sri Kalahasti, Ibrahim, Bulawayo, Makanya, Bhitrakoti, Kalyamo, Nireekshana, […] Read More
Good friends may be parted by the ocean, but not from our hearts and prayers. That holds true as Ed Starkey, pastor of our CLC congregation, St. Peter’s of Stambaugh-Iron River, Mich., became Missionary Starkey for India. The commissioning service was held on September 23 at Messiah church of Eau Claire, and early in October […] Read More

Seventy Five Years in Nigeria

Written by David Koenig | December, 2011
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Original Lutheran mission work began in Nigeria with Danish missionaries in 1913. This then was later supported by American Lutherans. For those of our background in the Lutheran Synodical Conference, the work in Nigeria is dated from 1936, so that this year (2011) is the 75th anniversary of that beginning. Read More

50th Anniversary Greetings From the NCLC

Written by Patrick Udo | November, 2010
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Fellow Redeemed in Christ, May the Lord speak well of you all in the name of Jesus. Please, rest assured that we are with you, in spirit and in truth, in the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the blessed Church of the Lutheran Confession. It is, indeed, an event of statistical significance. It is […] Read More