Outreach & Evangelism

Learn How You Can Get Involved with Prison Ministry

“. . . I was in prison and you came to visit me” (Matthew 25:36). Tears rolled down the cheeks of “Beth”* as she heard the Gospel for the first time during Bible study in the women’s cell block at the Whitley County, Ind. jail. We had just read: “But God demonstrates his own love… Read more »

Office Manager (Part Time) For the Siberian Lutheran Mission Society

Mission The mission of the Endowment Campaign is to build an endowment that will ensure the financial sustainability of Lutheran Theological Seminary in Novosibirsk, Russia and thus aid in the restoration of the Lutheran Church in Post-Soviet Russian. The position is more than just another job. It is an opportunity to serve our Lord and… Read more »

Mission Festival at Jackson County Fair

The Lutheran Mission Federation, which includes circuits 17 and 18, is bringing Rev. Dr. Michael Zeifler of the Lutheran Hour to the Jackson county fair. Make plans to attend this special Mission Festival on Sunday, July 21, 2019 at 1:00 pm. The event will be held in the Grand Stand of the Jackson County Fair.

Man Up! The Quest for Masculinity

Lakeview Villages in Seymour, Indiana, will host a Men's Gathering on April 5-7, 2019. "Man Up! The Quest for Masculinity" is designed to "cut through all the noise of the world's ideas of masculinity and goes back to what our Creator says about being a man in His creation." The main speaker is Rev. Jeffery... Read more »

NINE Works to Build Partnerships with Churches and Neighborhoods

NINE (Northeast Indiana Neighborhood Engagement) is a new organization whose goal is to impact neighborhoods with community development, grassroots leadership, and the engagement of churches through Christ’s love. Their mission is to bring transformational life change to individuals living in underserved neighborhoods in northeast Indiana. By bringing together churches and community leaders for strategic ministry… Read more »

Outreach Kentucky: Almost Halfway to Goal

The Indiana District is continuing to pursue their goal of raising $150,000 for Outreach Kentucky, a new mission initiative serving the Richmond, Kentucky area. So far, $70,220 has been raised toward the goal. Once $150,000 is reached, the District can apply for an additional $100,000 through the New Ministry Initiative Matching Grant. The total amount… Read more »

Two Evangelism Power Points

The Evangelism Task Force has put together two power points for your use in helping to encourage evangelism in your congregation.  The power point presentations will help you understand the need for evangelism and also direct you to resources available for evangelism. You can view both presentations below.  Outreach Encouragement Power Point 1 Outreach Encouragement… Read more »

Camp Lakeview Junior Staff Positions Open

Camp Lakeview’s Junior Staff program is a servant leadership program for 10th-12th graders.  JS volunteer at camp for two-week cycles in the summer, helping most often in a cabin but also in support staff roles as well.  This program is free.  If you have any 10th-12th graders who you think would be a good fit for… Read more »

University Lutheran Church Remodel Nears Completion

University Lutheran Church is nearing completion on their remodeling project at 460 Northwestern Avenue in Lafayette. University Lutheran is located across the street from the Purdue Engineering Mall. This is a great location because the largest major at Purdue is engineering. Because of the high visibility and heavy traffic, the church redesigned the ground floor… Read more »

District Responds to Hurricane Devastation in the Carolinas

Hurricane Florence may be a distant memory for those who don’t live in the Carolinas, but the remnants of its impact still exist. Heaps of debris litter yards, including old carpets, ruined furniture and downed trees. According to Pastor Jim Daub, from St. Paul Lutheran Church in Havelock, North Carolina, “The trees are a big… Read more »