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Trinity, Lisle LERT Team to host LERT Advanced Training: Emotional & Spiritual Care Print E-mail
LERT Training The LERT Advanced Training: Emotional & Spiritual Care originally scheduled for this Saturday, November 7th 2015 has been cancelled and all deposits will be returned.

For those who want to take this Advanced course, one is being hosted by Trinity Lutheran in Lisle: LERT advanced Emotional & Spiritual Care Training program. Registration and all the program details are being handled by Trinity Lisle.

The date and location for the Lisle training is:

Monday, November 16th, 2015 at 6:30 PM

Trinity Green Trails Lutheran Church
2701 Maple Ave
Lisle, IL 60532

Pizza Party at 6:30 with training from 7 to 9 PM

LCC Staff member Rev Roger Pollock will be conducting the training for Trinity.

Registration is limited to 50 people therefore we are encouraging you to pre-register. To register please call Jan Boerman at 630-605-5722 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 November 2015 16:35
Stillwater: Still Loyal, Still True Print E-mail
”Stillwater" “Without Stillwater, Oklahoma State would not be what it is today,” Jimmy Hutson – Homecoming Executive Director

Stillwater is like and not like many communities with major universities. Stillwater is however Oklahoma State University (OSU). The “Sea of Orange Parade” is clearly in the DNA of Stillwater and OSU for the past 102 years. This year over 80,000 participated in the homecoming celebration. Tragically at 10:30 am the day was marred with 4 dead and 44 injured after a car was driven into the crowd. The tragedy touched lives throughout Stillwater and ”Stillwater"surrounding communities and in the days following it was clear to Pastor Frank Kinast of Zion Lutheran in Stillwater, Zion Trustee Mike Sturzenbecker and Mike’s wife Sarah a teacher at Skyline Elementary, that help was needed for those who witnessed and suffered loss. They reached out and asked for a visit from the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs. Mike is part of the Oklahoma District disaster response team and was familiar with the Comfort Dogs work.

Within 48 hours 13 K-9 teams and 12 ministry helpers from 5 states arrived in Stillwater and began working in the community. Their first stop was Skyline Elementary. Skyline is a school of 550 students and many had been in attendance for the homecoming parade. Others have parents who were police and firefighters or who had worked in the hospital. Some lost friends. The K-9’s had an incredible impact on the kids and the staff. Instant smiles, lots of questions, and lots of love.

”Stillwater" The rest of the week the team will be at Sangre Ridge Elementary another school with many close connections to the tragedy, a campus visit to OSU, meeting with campus ministry students at Zion Lutheran, hospital visits in Stillwater and Oklahoma City, visits with first responders and many other stops along the way.

Your prayers are needed as the community searches to heal both physically and emotionally.

Please gift to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Travel Expense Fund by CLICKING HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 November 2015 13:32
Michigan Pastor Requires Assistance for Critical Surgery – UPDATE Print E-mail
Richard Tino In July, LCC received a request from Rev. Dr. James Tino (Global Lutheran Outreach) regarding his cousin Rev. Richard Tino (Peace Lutheran Church, Sandusky, MI) in need of an operation that his insurance will not cover. He inhaled a large quantity of smoke over 20 years ago while serving as a volunteer fireman and as a result, suffers from lung problems.

To read the original appeal, CLICK HERE

On Wednesday, October 28th, LCC received the following email from Rev. Richard Tino:

I had my first successful operation on my lungs last Wednesday, October 21st. I am scheduled for the remaining two operations in 3 week intervals, around November 11 and December 2. The doctor said the first procedure went very well, and that based on what he saw in my lungs, inflamed airways, he expects to see very positive results from these three procedures. The finances have been a bit frustrating, as the hospital keeps raising and lowering their estimate. The final price is $24,000.00. Through Lutheran Church Charities and other donors we have raised $15,000.00! I am paying as I go, roughly $8,000.00 per operation.

Please pray for Rev. Tino and consider gifting to his Medical Expense Fund. CLICK HERE to gift

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2015 12:55
Comfort Dogs Deploy to Pontiac Township High School Following Sudden Death of School Nurse Print E-mail
”Pontiac November 1, the principal of Pontiac Township High School informed the staff and students of the untimely death of a loved and respected school nurse. He also requested a visit from LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs. Staff and students were greeted by veteran Comfort Dogs Bekah (Immanuel Lutheran Church and School, Belvidere, IL), Kye (Immanuel Lutheran Church and School, Belvidere, IL), Barnabus (Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Portage, IN), Angel (St. John's Lutheran, La Grange, Illinois), and Asher (North Shore Lutheran Ministry, Lake Forest, IL), along with LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs-in-Training Rhoda, Sasha, Eve, Naomi and Claudia. As the school day started the Comfort Dogs touched hearts as students and staff tried to understand the loss of this dear friend. Classroom visits and meetings with this golden love definitely helped relief some of the pain being experienced on this beautiful fall day.

Please gift to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Travel Expense Fund by CLICKING HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 November 2015 13:56
Help Train 2,000 Christians to Share the Gospel in Haiti Print E-mail
Share the Gospel There is a large void in Haiti – a void of pastors. That country and neighboring Dominican Republic have a large need for Christian leaders. Seminaries take years and are so expensive that most people in Haiti cannot afford to attend. Lutheran Pastor Jeanel Jerome has a plan to train 2,000 lay people to share the Gospel message in those countries. In Haiti he can reprint the materials from “See Through the Scriptures” by Crossways International for only $2 each.

With $4,000 in donations, Pastor Jerome can train 2,000 lay people to become Christian evangelists. The book he will use, “See Through the Scriptures”, makes the Bible more accessible by taking readers step-by-step through the entire biblical narrative from Genesis to Revelation.

CLICK HERE for a short video from Pastor Jeanel Jerome

If you would like to help support this training project, CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 November 2015 13:15
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