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Pastor Fritz Request from Pastor John Fritz of Hope Evangelical Lutheran Church in Aurora, Illinois

On Tuesday, September 23, LCC received the following request

In May, Shaye walked and ran the two miles to our church so that she wouldn't miss her baptism when her ride failed to deliver.

She works full time and is seeking a part-time job. After surviving a traumatic event which left her estranged from family and without a place to live, Shay is receiving shelter and aide on a temporary basis. Our small congregation is helping provide transportation and helping aid the transition to safe, independent living.

With a reliable vehicle Shay will be able to make it to her jobs and finance her continuing education. Please remember this hard-working, motivated young survivor in your prayers.

Rev. Jon Fritz
331-262-8215 (Cell)
630-898-6754 (Church)
Hope Evangelical Lutheran Church
1575 Reckinger Road
Aurora, IL 60505
If you have a car you would like to donate please contact Lutheran Church Charities at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 866-455-6466
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 September 2014 09:27
 
LCC Staff and Volunteers Attend 2014 Lutheran International Disaster Response Conference Print E-mail
Conference This past week, LCC staff members Dianna Bonfield, Joel Moritz, Derek Kowalczyk, and volunteers Ed Boerman and Mike Flaherty attended Standing with Mercy in Times of Disaster, the 2014 Lutheran International Disaster Response Conference at Concordia Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, from September 23-26.

One of the highlights of the conference this year was the opportunity to meet the Presidents and some of the pastors from some of the countries where we responded to disasters in the past years.

Some of the countries represented were: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Haiti, Kenya, Liberia, Lebanon, the Middle East, Mexico, the Philippines and Taiwan. Another highlight was to meet in person some of the people from local disasters in other districts that have only been reached by phone and to get an update from them about what is happening at the present time in those areas.

There were District Presidents, District Disaster Response Coordinators (DDRC) and District Disaster Response Team (DDRT) members from areas LCC has worked in the last few years, including: New England - Sandy Hook and Boston Bombing; New York - Hurricane Sandy; Texas District - plant explosion in West, Texas; Moore, Oklahoma & Oklahoma District office - tornado clean up; Joplin, Missouri - tornado clean up; Arkansas - tornado clean up; Colorado District - fires and floods; Nebraska District - tornado clean up in Pilger, Nebraska; and the South Wisconsin District - tornado clean up.

(Pictured above is DDRC Derek Lecakes of the Atlanta District with LCC staff members Joel Moritz and Dianna Bonfield)

As in all the disasters we respond to, people are the most important thing, listening to them and supporting them in their recovery; so too it was with this conference. There were a lot of papers and reports presented but the contact with people with whom we have worked with and ministered with was the most important part of the conference.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 16:25
 
Family in Need After Flooding and Accident Print E-mail
Pastor Eaves Request from Pastor Thomas Eaves of St. John's, Barnesville Minnesota

On Tuesday, September 23, LCC received the following request

Assistance is needed for a family in our community that our congregation is trying to help. The basement of their home was flooded just as they had begun to remodel the home.

A year after the flood the husband was involved in a freak accident that left him partially handicapped and unable to find a job. The wife was working, but recently had their third child causing her to be unable to work as childcare is not available.

During this time, they have been able to pay for necessities, but the repairs to the home are only possible with donations of time, talent, and money. Family members are maxed out on helping with finances. Installing a furnace and landscaping to prevent further flooding still needs to be done before winter arrives. Any assistance that could be given would be received with great thanksgiving to the Lord.

Blessings!
Pastor Thomas E. Eaves
St. John's Lutheran Church
1103 4th Ave NE Baresville, MN 56514
218-354-7158 - Office
701-340-8324 - Cell
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LCC Presents at NID LWML Fall Rally in Timber Creek Print E-mail
Timber Creek On Saturday, September 27, LCC staff members Marie Payes, Rich Martin and Dona Martin were present at the Northern Illinois District LWML fall rally at Timber Creek Convention Center in Sandwich, Illinois. Marie Payes presented the LCC Deaf Ministries while Rich and Dona, along with LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Ruthie and Comfort Dog in-training Angel, greeted attendees and talked about the K-9 Comfort Dogs.

The Kare-9 Ministries were also represented by veteran Richard Skinner with his K-9 recruit Chief.

 
Calling All Cars - Consider Donating Your Vehicle to LCC and Receive Full Blue Book Value Print E-mail

Help Families in Need

Over the past couple of months, several requests for vehicles have come to LCC that we have not been able to fulfill. We are making a special appeal for vehicle donations. If you have a vehicle you're no longer using and would like to make a charitable donation, please contact our office. LCC credits you full Kelley Blue Book value for your donation. We are looking for cars that have been well cared for and are still serviceable with very little or no work needed. These vehicles are passed through directly to people and families in need. Thank you for considering helping someone in need with your used vehicle as the Christmas season approaches. Call LCC at (866) 455-6466 and we'll walk you through the donation process. Click here to see current needs
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 June 2013 08:49
 
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