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Families in Need

Your Help Needed for Car Repairs in Haiti Print E-mail

Sue Gross from the Haitian Lutheran Mission Project shares this urgent request for your help to raise funds to repair Pastor Isaac's vehicle.


The last couple times we were in Jeremie we had to rent a car at $150.00 a day and it was in worse shape than Pastor Isaac's. His car gets a LOT of wear and tear. We, The Haitian Lutheran Mission Project, are barely getting his other expenses paid so he did not bother to ask us for assistance. We are still trying to support the orphanage, the 26 Lutheran School Teachers and the Feeding Program so there is never any extra to pay for his car.


Even before the devastating hurricane that destroyed what little infrastructure there was in Haiti, Pastor Isaac would take in all orphans that came to him, and continues to do so. He even established a school to help education the children.

Click here to help Pastor Isaac with car repairs
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 09:28
Son of Woman Who Donated K-9 Comfort Dogs Aaron and Titus in Need of Help Print E-mail
Deb Zierler Deb Zierler is a breeder from Wisconsin. She donates puppies for the LCC K-9 Comfort Dog program as well as numerous others. She donated Aaron and Titus to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry last year. She has done so much to help others and now we are asking you to prayerfully consider helping her.

On October 1st, my 30-year-old son, Rob Enigl, was paralyzed after a roll-over car accident while he and a buddy went bird hunting. His dog, Lucy, was in the backseat and survived the crash unharmed. Rob wasn't so lucky. He has lost the sensation and function of everything below his waist. I have been with him at the world-renown Craig Hospital in Denver for the past 6 weeks. He has another month of hospitalization and on-going rehab.

Rob and his wife, Heather, moved to Bozeman, MT in 2010 to enjoy the great outdoors and start a family. Their 3 ½ year old twins, Luke and Lydia are Rob's pride and joy! Rob and Heather have a satellite kennel of mine in Bozeman and are pursuing the high quality of dogs that we have produced for 25 years.

Prior to the accident, Rob was an avid sportsman and athlete. He enjoyed hiking, rafting, snowboarding, rock climbing and mountaineering. Last year he scaled Devils Tower in WY! He also loved fly fishing, bow hunting, and gun hunting. Rob hopes to be able to do some of these activities with the help of family and friends and specialized equipment.

The expenses are overwhelming! Rob needs help with medical bills, home remodeling of their bathroom and entrance ramps, vehicle hand controls, specialized equipment and lost wages.

Donate to Help Rob Enigl
Bethesda Chicago Needs Coats for Haitian Refugees Print E-mail

coatsRequest from Pastor Jean Bingue, Bethesda Chicago

LCC received a request for winter coats for the Haitian refugees worshiping at Bethesda. For most of these folks what income they may have goes to pay for food and shelter. Buying winter coats and other things is last on the list.

If you have coats you can donate please contact LCC at 866-455-6466 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 November 2014 13:03
Check Presented To St. Matthew Hawthorn Woods Print E-mail
St. Matthew Thanks to your generous support and donations, on Monday, October 27, LCC staff member Rev. Roger Pollock delivered a check to Rev. Ed Blonski at St. Matthew Hawthorn Woods to cover the cost of K-9 Comfort Dog Ladel's surgery.

Ladel was diagnosed with cancer and required surgery to have part of her lower jaw removed to keep the cancer from spreading.

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
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