Lutheran churches around the world have been celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, remembering October 31, 1517 when Luther nailed the 95 Theses onto the church doors in Wittenburg.
But it would have been the next day, All Saints Day, when folks would have walked through those doors and read the message that Luther posted. That's when the message spread - to the town, to the villages, to other nations.... [read the rest]
BASIC NEEDS IN GUINEA
The funds of LeadaChild get used in a variety of ways. In Gueckédou, there were nine children who are in need of the basics in life such as food and clothing. Because of LeadaChild funds, the school is using a small amount of resources to these communities to share the love of Christ with the children. By acting in this way, the school hopes to keep these souls in the church and strengthen their Christian life by the teachings of Bible.
GOOD NEWS HAS A NAME
April 28, 2018
LeadaChild will be celebrating 50 years of ministry on April 28, 2018. We want to encourage you to make plans to join us. Our Spring Gala will be held in Overland Park, Kansas at Lord of Life Church.
Three wonderful gifts that God gives to us, His children, are "faith, hope, and love." In these chapel lessons, you will hear about these gifts, learning a good way to remember them; we will also learn the importance of sharing these gifts with others, especially through the vehicle of Christian education.
LeadaChild Chapel Talks come complete with educational videos about our countries, craft activities and sing along videos to teach children the importance of worship.
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