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LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Helping Marysville Heal Print E-mail
Marysville On Monday, October 27, LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Aaron (in-training), Luther, and Shami (St. John, Darien) arrived in Marysville, Washington. On Monday evening their comforting presence was felt at Messiah Lutheran Church at a special service.

On Tuesday, the K-9 Comfort Dogs visited with people at the memorial that is growing outside Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Later in the afternoon they spent several hours visiting with people at The Living Room Coffee House - a community center, meeting room and concert venue - a great place for the high school students to get together and talk.

View photos from this visit

Throughout the week they will visit various locations to meet the community. To learn more about where the dogs are visiting, follow them on Facebook:

We are thankful for several news agencies telling the story of the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs bringing their unconditional love to the residents of Marysville:

Yahoo! News
ABC News
Washington Post
KOMO (video)

LCC never charges those we serve and rely on the support of others to help cover transportation costs. Thank you for your faithful support!

Donate to support the LCC K-9 Travel Fund
Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 07:48
Special Appeal from our Kare-9 Military Dogs to Help a Marine Family in North Carolina with Medical Needs - Thank You for Your Generous Donations to Help Little Geronime Print E-mail
Recently, LCC received an email from Avis Rebecca requesting blankets for her youngest son. Due to his severe medical conditions the family is strapped for funds.

When LCC learned the full extent of the family's situation an appeal was sent out to help raise funds for this hurting family.

On Saturday, October 26, LCC staff members Jim Morrison and Norm Gotsch went to Jacksonville, North Carolina, to deliver the money to Avis and her family.

The appreciation they felt for what had been done for them was resounding and Norm and Jim wanted to share with you a little of what went on in that meeting. You can watch the interview by clicking on the video above.

Little GeronimeLittle Man Geronime was born in May 2013. Doctors did not expect him to survive, to go home, or to celebrate his first birthday. But God said differently and Little Man Geronime celebrated his first birthday in May.

Little Man Geronime has 28 medical diagnoses and is under the care of 16 medical professionals . This year the family has already had over $7,000 in unexpected expenses and needs our help. His father is a Marine currently stationed in North Carolina. Mom is not able to earn an income because taking care of Little Geronime is not only a full-time job, but a 24/7 blessing. Continue Reading the full appeal

Donate to Help out Little Geronime
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:26
Disabled Family Members in Need of Funds to Relocate Print E-mail
Pastor Schilf Request from Pastor Warren Schilf, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Palatine, Illinois

Immanuel is working with a longtime member family who is in need of assistance.

The daughter is moving her father and one disabled brother to a new residence in Arizona, and her other disabled brother to Minnesota. They have sold their house in Palatine; she will move to an apartment in the area.

The moving expenses will exceed what they have from the sale of the house. The brother who is moving into disabled housing in Minnesota also needs assistance with the deposit on the apartment.

The moving expenses and deposit are $4,000. Immanuel is working with the family on some additional needs. Any assistance they can receive to help them through this difficult time will be a tremendous blessing.

Donate to Help this Family Move
Volunteer Crews Needed in Pilger, Nebraska for Construction Blitz Next Week - November 8-9 Print E-mail
Pilger Your help is needed to make urgent repairs on family homes damaged by the tornado before winter arrives.

Each team is mandated to have one licensed contractor on site. The group's size will be determined by the contractor on the site.

Jobs include roofing, siding, window installation, carpet and other flooring, HVAC, carpentry, repairs, plumbing, and electrical work. Teams are required to bring their own tools for the type of work they will be doing.

At online registration, contractors must submit a copy of valid, current contractor's license. All teams will be responsible for their own housing and meals. Once a team registers, your name will be passed on to Becky Peterson, the Disaster Response Coordinator in Pilger, who contact you to work out the details for the work weekend.

Register a team and contractor(s) Each person on the team must fill out a personal registration form Register Here
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:24
Bibles Needed to Spread the Word of God Print E-mail

Two Requests from Pastor Hicham Chehab of Salam Fellowship in Chicago, Illinois

Bilingual Bibles needed for Outreach to Muslims

Bilingual Bible
Dear Friends,

In the 1980s, when I was in college, I heard the Word of God from the mouth of a secular professor, and Jesus transformed my life from a member of the Muslim Brotherhood to an evangelist, and used me to plant Salam Christian Fellowship and a student ministry in Chicagoland.

Today, more college students are taking Bibles through our student ministry, especially New Testaments, and copies of bilingual Gospels that are changing their lives. We ask you to prayerfully consider donating towards purchasing more bilingual Gospels.

Click here to donate to the Bilingual Bible Fund

God at Work Changing Lives of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

Pastor Hicham

Arabic Bibles are needed to share the Word of God with the more than two million Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

Syrian refugees make up one-third of the population of Lebanon and that number continues to grow as Syrians flee their own country because of the persecution from the terrorist group known as ISIS. Lebanon is one of the last Christian strongholds of Christianity in the Middle East even though the majority of the population may be Muslim. At one time Lebanon's roots were all Christian.

Salam Christian Fellowship and Pastor Hicham Chehab are partnering with Lutheran Hour Ministries who have boots on the ground and are able to distribute the Arabic Bibles to Syrian refugees in the refugee camps. Lutheran Hour Ministries is able get these Bibles for $2.00 each. Please prayerfully consider helping us spread the Gospel of Christ Jesus to those in need in Lebanon.

Donate to the Arabic Bible Fund
Last Updated on Saturday, 25 October 2014 09:30
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