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March 17, 2020

Take Time to Pray During These Difficult Days
The events of the past several days have provided me an opportunity to focus on the importance of today. What is here and what is now—that Christ is with us, loves us, and provides us calmness and peace in the midst of uncertainty.

My words to you today are simple and to the point. You are in my and our team's prayers now and always, that God might grant us a measure of strength and comfort in the days to come. That He would lift us up in care and love for the sake of those who might be anxious, nervous, and scared.

In the coming days and weeks, as has always been our mission, Lutheran Hour Ministries will be focused on providing messages, resources, and materials of hope and love to you that we might collectively find calm in the Word of God and share those messages and feelings with others.

Please continue to pray for our staff and leadership here in the United States and around the world. We have many loyal and faithful servants working globally through these trying times, steadfast in their call to bring the Gospel to the lost and hurting. Your support is so appreciated today and always as we continue our important work.

In HIS Mission,

Kurt Buchholz
President & CEO
Lutheran Hour Ministries

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