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Assistance Needed for Roof Repairs Print E-mail
Pastor Shehab LCC received the following email from Pastor Hesham Shehab (Salam Christian Fellowship - Lombard, IL) regarding a family in desperate need of support:
Dear Friends,

We have a very hard working Iranian woman, 74, who takes care of her disabled Husband, 85, disabled son, 56, and disabled brother, 79. The family lives in a condo in Lombard, Illinois. Recently, the association there charged her $1400 for roof repairs, (due end of this month). If she does not pay the bill, she would be fined and sued, and pay the court expenses ($970).

Please show the love of Christ by donating generously to this Iranian family that was persecuted in Iran, and found Peace in Jesus at Salam.

In God's Peace
Hesham Shehab
Please consider gifting to this Christian family in their time of need by CLICKING HERE
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 January 2016 15:46
Remaking The World (RTW) Veterans Center Given New Life Thanks to Your Gifts Print E-mail
Remaking the World On Thursday, January 14th, LCC granted RTW co-founder Ms. Arnetha Gholston-Habeel with checks from your gifts to keep the RTW Veterans Center open and operating. RTW is an outreach center located on the near south side of Chicago dedicated to aid and feed homeless veterans and others with hot meals daily. They continue to serve 4500 meals a month without any government support due to their open door policy to all in need. LCC thanks you for your continued support of RTW and hopes to continue or friendship with them through your gifts and backing.

Please help veterans and their families stay fed and warm through your gift to RTW CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 January 2016 13:26
Great is Thy Faithfulness Print E-mail
On Saturday, January 16, 2016, all Lutheran Early Response Teams had been deployed out to muck out homes in Watseka, IL. Around that time, a woman named Elizabeth came to Calvary Lutheran Church after receiving terrible news. The rental house where her family lived was being condemned because it posed a danger to her family and was unsafe to live in. She needed to move out by Monday, leaving only Sunday to move out all the furniture and belongs. She rented a storage unit and had a small trailer her land lord loaned to her. Her husband and sons worked the weekend so they could not help. She went to the Red Cross which told her they could not help her and said to try the Lutheran church.

volunteers in Watseka When Elizabeth arrived at Calvary, she was at her wits end due to not knowing what to do. After talking with her, Lutheran Church Charities staff member Dianna Bonfield asked the LERT team if they could possibly stay a little longer to help. Without any hesitation, they all said yes and signed back in. They donned their work gloves, grabbed a hand truck from the tool trailer, and headed to her house. The next two teams joined them to move the furniture and items to storage. The twelve volunteers loaded, moved, and unloaded all of her furniture and the majority of boxes leaving only a few small things for her family to move the following day.

Elizabeth left Calvary experiencing the mercy, compassion, presence and proclamation of Christ through the loving service of the volunteers who let her know that there was hope and God loved her.

Bible in Watseka While in Watseka, IL, Lutheran Church Charities staff members and volunteers have continued to encounter men and women who remain strong in their faith and their resolve. The community remains hopeful as they clean up and recover from the effects of the flood waters that have devastated their town. As our photographers went from home to home documenting progress and encouraging homeowners, we were struck by the presence of this Bible. Here was a garage filled to capacity with household items that had been water drenched and were now air drying as best they could. Yet there amid the damage and ruin sat the Bible; a symbol of hope. God's Word is eternal. It does not wash away in floods but rather lives on in the heart of man, woman, and child.

sunset in Watseka As our staff wrapped up from another long weekend of coordinating restoration and cleaning efforts, the Lord blessed us with a magnificent sunset as we set out on the 2+ hour drive back home. As surely as the sun rises and sets, as God's children we can trust the unending love of the Lord; His mercies are new every morning. No matter what we face in life, one thing remains; the faithfulness of the mighty God we love and serve.

Great is Thy faithfulness, great is Thy faithfulness, morning by morning new mercies I see. All I have needed Thy hand hast provided, great is Thy faithfulness, Lord unto me.

“Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed,
for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness. I say to myself, “The Lord is my portion;
therefore I will wait for him.”
Lamentations 3:22-24

Click here to give a financial gift to help in Watseka, Illinois Click here for more information on how you can send a "Care Card" to someone affected by flooding To view a thank you letter from a Watseka resident, CLICK HERE Click here to register to volunteer to help in Watseka, Illinois View photos from the January 16th work day
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View photos from the January 2nd work day
Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 February 2016 10:52
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Comfort Students and Faculty After Deadly Shooting Print E-mail
St Paul Lutheran School A deadly shooting killed two neighborhood teens in the front of St Paul Lutheran School in the Grand Crossing Neighborhood of Chicago last week. The shooting occurred after the school day had ended as children and staff were heading home. LCC was in touch with Principal Robyn Jacks-Dubose of St. Paul Lutheran Church and School (76th and South Dorchester in Chicago) and arranged a visit with the students and staff at the school the following day. LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Luther, Ruthie, Martin, Olympia, and LCC K-9 Comfort Dog-in-Training Sheba, along with LCC Staff Rich & Dona Martin, Dan Fulkerson, and Hannah McGinnis, were a welcomed surprise for the kids and staff. Pastor Jeffrey Howell was also present and concluded the visit in prayer. Please continue to lift up these children and their faculty in your prayers.

To gift to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Fund, CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 13:21
Veterans Sleeping Well Thanks to Your Generous Gifts! Print E-mail
Military Outreach USA Thanks to your generous gifts, 100 beds are being delivered to veterans in need in Chicago through Military Outreach USA. LCC would like to thank everyone who gave to help those who have served our country so selflessly.

To see the original appeal, CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 13:23
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