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5 Takeaways for Iowa, Pro-Life Christians

Life Advocacy

Posted on August 5, 2022
by Kim Laube, Director of Life Ministries

For many, even with a 50+ day head start from the leaked supreme court decision, it was nothing short of stunning to learn the US Supreme Court had over-turned Roe. vs. Wade on June 24, 2022. While this decision was a big leap in the right direction, there’s still so much work to do as the power shifts back to each state. What’s the current abortion situation in Iowa, and what can Iowa, pro-life Christians be doing to protect life? Read on for the 5 takeaways for Iowa, pro-life Christians.

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Lutheran Family Service Team Helps Open Eldercare Home Next to Orphanage in Jacmel, Haiti

Outreach

Posted on January 21, 2019
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The Lutheran Family Service and Perry Lutheran Homes team, together with Ministry in Mission, were able to open and admit the first residents into the Jacmel Lutheran Home January 9 – 16. The eldercare home was designed to provide care for ten of Jacmel’s most vulnerable elders as well as foster connection with the 34 orphans living next door.

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A Moment of Time Amidst the Busy of Back-to-School

Mental Health

Posted on August 24, 2018
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Amidst all this back-to-school excitement and behind all the smiling faces on social media, our lives can become so busy. Some weeks you may wonder when you will get to sit down as a family, even just for one meal. As you start this school year off, just remember to take some time to yourself.

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Got Hope?

Mental Health

Posted on November 28, 2017
by Rev. Michael Wolfram

Hope! It is an intrinsic part of human existence! • Every farmer hopes that it will rain and he will have a good yield • Every businessman purchases goods hoping that he can sell it and make profits • Every student hopes to do well on the exams. • Every athletic team takes the field […]

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