Prayer Community

Andry Randrianasolo from Madagascar

The Lutheran Church of Madagascar continues to address all forms of syncretism in its members’ lives through its ministry of asa and fampaherezana and discipleship. However, this work remains difficult in a power/fear and spirit-power encounter cultural context.

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Global InSights

Christopher M. Hays

Like Luke

Over my years of graduate work and missionary service, I have been cobbling together a picture of Luke the Evangelist. It is slow going. The historical data is sparse. Unlike the Apostle Paul, whose personality and biography are easily identifiable on the surface of his epistles, Luke keeps himself mostly off the page. Still, with

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News

Alexander Belyaev Defends Dissertation

Congratulations to Alexander Belyaev (LeaderStudies)! Overcoming tremendous contextual challenges, he successfully defended his dissertation at the end of April. His research encourages the Eastern European Church to have hope in Christ by meditating on His return as depicted in Early Christian apocalyptic traditions.

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Ukrainian Relief Fund: Donor Update

Update on April 26, 2022 from Taras Dyatlik Supported in part by SL’s Ukrainian Relief Fund, 300 Ukrainian volunteers work in 10 centers. They are mostly seminary leaders, faculty, students, and graduates (church ministers). Most of them serve full-time. Their valiant work so far: 9,500 people evacuated from immediate conflict zones 1,420 internally displaced people

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A Joint Statement in Support of Ukrainian Christians Facing an Unprovoked War by the Russian Federation against the Sovereign Nation of Ukraine

From ScholarLeaders International and United World Mission Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” (John 8:31-32, NIV) The world is witnessing appalling evil on a massive scale in the Russian Federation’s war against Ukraine. This war has been fueled

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