People Reached with the Gospel Weekly
Bible Correspondence Course Students Annually
People Connected with Christian Communities Each Year
Annual Responses to Outreach Efforts
Stations Airing The Lutheran Hour
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Reformation Benefits for the 21st Century Woman
Lutheran Hour Ministries began at the grassroots level as the Lutheran Laymen’s League, a group of 12 laypeople who came together to support the church in word and deed. What began with 12 has become a movement of tens of thousands of volunteers and supporters around the globe. In 1930, “There is a God” were the first words spoken on The Lutheran Hour® radio program broadcast over the airwaves to thousands of listeners. Today the Gospel message reaches over 51 million people on a weekly basis through ministry efforts such as Bible Correspondence Courses, Outreach Training, Bible Studies, Daily Devotions and, of course, The Lutheran Hour.
Our first Ministry Center opened its doors in the Philippines in 1940; today we are able to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ to over 50 countries through our 34 ministry centers on 6 continents. With our unique missionary model of employing only indigenous staff, Lutheran Hour Ministries is able to work within the language and culture to communicate the Gospel in the context of the local region. For nearly 100 years, God has used Lutheran Hour Ministries to bring the changeless Christ to a changing world. The communication methods have shifted, but the message has remained the same.
Lutheran Hour Ministries employs local missionaries in 34 locations to develop culturally relevant ministries to reach the unchurched in more than 50 nations on 6 continents.
Every person has the opportunity to hear the Gospel in an understandable way.
New believers are connected to a faithful Christian community where they can grow in their faith and witness.
All Christians reach out in love to those who don’t yet know the Savior
What began with 12 has become a movement of tens of thousands of volunteers and supporters reached weekly around the globe. By 2020 we hope to reach over 100 million people.
More than 51 million people worldwide are reached with the Gospel each week.
Through its North American headquarters and 34 ministry centers on six continents, LHM reaches into more than 50 countries, often bringing Christ to places where no other Christian evangelistic organizations are present.
Around 1 million individuals listen to The Lutheran Hour each week.
More than 380,000 individuals responded last year to the culturally relevant outreach efforts of LHM's International Ministry Centers.
More than 41,000 individuals were referred last year to local congregations internationally for spiritual growth and nurturing.
More than 15,000 individuals each year continue to attend church events several times following their referral from an LHM International Ministry Center.
Around 42,000 individuals enroll for the first time each year in Bible Correspondence Courses offered by LHM's International Ministry Centers.
More than 30,000 individuals have been trained to witness through MISSION U and its predecessor program, Equipping to Share.
More than 21,000 individuals are registered for the Men's NetWork. Nearly 4,600 congregations of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod and Lutheran Church--Canada are represented through these individual registrations.
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