Sing It Out, No Matter Where You Are

This post was written by Bishop Bruce Burnside and originally appeared in the January 2012 Newsletter of the South-Central Synod of Wisconsin A few weeks ago I was in a quite nice restaurant – the kind of restaurant where people are expected to follow certain codes of behavior, the sort of place where one observes [...]Read More...

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Love in Society is Named Justice

The following was originally posted by Pastor Clint Schnekloth at Lutheran Confessions: The longest running Lutheran blog in North America. I was honored recently when Lutheran World Relief asked to see if I’d be willing to be a guest blogger on their blog. They plan to post a series of short blog posts that look at the sustainable [...]Read More...

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Helping Small Farmers in Haiti

Today is the second anniversary of the massive earthquake that leveled Port-au-Prince, Haiti. It was a major humanitarian emergency that devastated an already fragile country. A lot has happened since then, and LWR continues the work it began long before the earthquake struck. Our emergency relief efforts — like distributing Personal Care Kits — continue [...]Read More...

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Meet Anita Devi

When LWR and our partner IDF (Integrated Development Fund) first arrived at the Chak-ewaj village in India in September 2009, the villagers weren’t interested in working with them.  Most of the households were already engaged in small businesses, living day-to-day off of their earning at the local market.  There was never enough money to set [...]Read More...

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