Reaching Indians for Christ

In the United States there are more than 4 million Hindu immigrants and more than 1200 Hindu temples. More temples are being built as mainline Christian churches are closing down. Additionally, more and more Anglos Americans are embracing the Hindu religion. They are attracted to Indian ornate temples, complex mythologies

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What Servants Do

The Post-Communion Canticles found in the Lutheran Service Book reflect not only the heart of God, the central focus of the Scriptures, and the core teaching of the Lutheran Confessions, but they also capture our identity during this Advent season and in the partnership we call the Texas District. In

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A Blessing | Texas Mission Stories

As Texas District President I often receive the blessing of hearing or experiencing mission stories. Recently I was able to attend the public launch of Cypress Chapel Lutheran Mission. Saturday night before the Sunday launch, the sky opened dropping a large amount of rain. The Sunday activities planned for after

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Potatoes and Prayers

Several new communities are being reached with the Gospel of Jesus in the Rio Grande Valley through a variety of mission outreach efforts. One involves potatoes—yes, you read correctly: spuds, Idaho’s best, Mister and Missus, the raw material for French Fries. The Orphan Grain Train blesses the Rio Grande Valley

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