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Lutheran Church Charities operates with a policy where 100% of the money donated to a specific need goes toward that need. The transaction costs will be paid by LCC administrative funds, not from a percentage off of the donation.
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Two Families Who Lost Their Homes In April 9th Tornado Print E-mail
couple Ruben (Pete) and Lily May Capes were celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary with family in Rockford when the tornado tore through their farm, totally destroying their home and many out buildings. Long-time members of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Rochelle pastored by Rev. Greg Hoffmann, they are both devastated by the loss. More devastating is the fact that at this time in their history together they have to rebuild their lives.

Your financial help for them at this critical time would be appreciated DONATE HERE.

Cline Family Pastor David Yarrington of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lindenwood, Illinois provided information about another family devastated by the April 9 tornado. The Cline family of Fairdale, Illinois, long-time members of Immanuel Lutheran Church, lost their home in the tornado that swept through Northern Illinois. The family, including parents Wayne and Peggy and their son Brian, required immediate medical attention and hospital stays for mild injuries which compounded existing medical conditions. Since the Clines are immobile and injured, their daughter Julie is managing their finances for them. Please continue to pray for her as she has many tasks ahead of her that will require strength and resolve.

Please consider financial contributions to help the Cline family, CLICK HERE.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 18:14
 
Check on the Way to Philippines Church Bookkeeper Battling Cancer Print E-mail
Check LCC staff member Debbie Potts presents Tom Grunow, the Director of Biblical Generosity at Christ Lutheran Church in Lincoln, Nebraska and co-founder of Cornerstone Stewardship Ministry, with a check to cover medical expenses for Espie, a bookkeeper for the Lutheran Church of the Philippines. LCC was able to write the check because of generous donors like you.

If you can help, feel free to contribute to Espie's medical bills. And remember, 100% of all donations to a special fund like this go to the fund – dollar-in, dollar-out.

Click Here to Donate towards Espie's Medical Bills
Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 April 2015 20:23
 
Your Gifts to Sexual Abuse Victim Result in a Check to the Family Print E-mail
Victim Fund Pastor Richard Heinz, of St. John Lutheran Church, Chicago, Illinois was able to deliver a check of your donations to the Chicago-area Lutheran school principal whose granddaughter was sexually abused. The check will help pay for mounting legal fees as the family battles to ensure that the abuser is brought to justice.

As always your donations to special requests like this are all “dollar-in, dollar out” so 100% of your donations reach the intended party.

Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. Psalm 127:3

And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased. Hebrews 13:16

Please keep everyone in your prayers and if you are moved or able to help financially you can contribute by:

Click here to donate to help the Abuse Victim Fund.

To Donate by Mail (please put "Abuse Victim Fund" in the memo line):
Lutheran Church Charities
333 West Lake Street
Addison, IL 60101

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 April 2015 20:35
 
Special Appeal to Help 8-year-old Girl who was Sexually Abused - Granddaughter of an NID Lutheran School Principal Print E-mail
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NID President Dan Gilbert
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Lutheran Church Charities President Tim Hetzner
Request from Rev Dan Gilbert - NID President and Tim Hetzner - President of LCC

During this past Christmas holiday, an NID Principal's eight-year-old granddaughter was molested while on what was to be a supervised visit to her biological father and grandparents. This occurred out of state. Knowledge of this was not known for some weeks until they took the child into counseling. The abuse has been documented but the biological father is fighting for custody of his child who he abused. Because the abuser is out of state the legal battle is difficult. All efforts are going to spiritually and emotionally helping this little 8-year-old girl (2nd grader) and fighter to prevent the abuser custody. Needless to say, the NID Principal and his family are distraught. They have been left in desperate need of money to continue to provide counseling and support for their daughter and granddaughter and the legal fees to keep custody. LCC has set up a fund to help with the professional care that is needed for the family and assistance in keeping this little 8-year-old girl safe.

Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. Psalm 127:3

And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased. Hebrews 13:16

Please keep everyone in your prayers and if you are moved or able to help financially you can contribute by:

Click here to donate to help the Abuse Victim Fund.

To Donate by Mail (please put "Abuse Victim Fund" in the memo line):
Lutheran Church Charities
333 West Lake Street
Addison, IL 60101

Donate by phone: (866) 455-6466

Last Updated on Monday, 06 April 2015 15:34
 
Two Scenes at the Same Site: What a Difference a Month Makes! Print E-mail
Pastor Dutzmann

Update: Thanks to your generous support‎ FLC president Tom McCain and senior elder Steve Perko presented Pastor Dutzmann with a check of your donations.

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From Pastor Ingo Dutzmann at The First Lutheran Church of Boston

“3/11 will always be in our memories…as the day the Lord said, "not yet, my children, not yet!" The 'coincidences' which saved our lives, and kept us barefoot but scratch-less, were truly a 'God-thing.' It took only 40 minutes from a huge propane-exploding "WHUMP" at 1:50am to a collapsed flame-engulfed hulk...and we watched it all from the south end of the home while the firefighters were worried about needing body bags at the north end…Deputy Chief Silvia literally ran through the blaze…relieved to find us all OK….Thanks for all your prayers and kindnesses; Love in Christ, Pastor Dutzmann”

The Red Cross is housing the Dutzmann family temporarily, but the family could use your help. First in PRAYER. It will be a long slow process towards achieving any sense of stability and security.

Then in donations "in honor of the Dutzmann family" through LCC. As all other event-based donations, 100% of your donation will go to the Dutzmann family.

Click here to donate to the Dutzmann Family

Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2015 07:47
 
Emma Can Hear Now But Her Family is Struggling with Medical Bills Print E-mail
Emma Pastor Marc Cohen, St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Barrington, Illinois has been counseling a family with a young daughter who was diagnosed with a brain tumor. In the past few months, Emma has undergone two major surgeries including a spinal fusion and shunt to prepare her for the surgery that would remove the tumor. She had lost her hearing, but can now hear again. But the medical bills are huge and putting a lot of stress on the family.

If you can help, feel free to contribute to Emma’s Medical Bills. And remember 100% of all donations to a special fund like this go to the fund – dollar-in, dollar-out.

Click Here to Donate towards Emma's Medical Bills

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 March 2015 13:38
 
Home of Pastor for The First Lutheran Church of Boston Destroyed by Explosion Print E-mail
Pastor Dutzmann Pastor Ingo Dutzmann and his family miraculously escaped harm when the house they had lived in for 22 years violently exploded from a propane leak, then burned to the ground, taking everything but the stone chimneys with it. Pastor Dutzmann has served at The First Lutheran Church of Boston since 1997.

Comfort Dogs Maggie (Christ the King - Newtown, CT), whom the pastor met after the Boston Bombing, and Lydia (Messiah - Lynnfield, MA) came to The First Lutheran of Boston to share some Christian love & comfort with Pastor Dutzmann & his family. Pastors Pekari and Brezina of Messiah Lutheran in Lynnfield brought Comfort Dog, Lydia, to help disperse some of the shock of the loss and to bring the Mercy and Compassion of Christ to Pastor Dutzmann. Pastor Dutzmann has spent his life serving and giving that Mercy and Compassion to others. He and his family have literally lost EVERYTHING in their home in the explosion. After the visit was a dinner attended by the Mayor of Taunton (the town the Dutzmanns call home) and officials from the Fire and Police Departments who helped so much since the incident.

The Red Cross is housing the Dutzmann family temporarily, but the family could use your help. First in PRAYER. It will be a long slow process towards achieving any sense of stability and security. Then in donations "in honor of the Dutzmann family" through LCC. As all other event-based donations, 100% of your donation will go to the Dutzmann family.

Click here to donate to the Dutzmann Family

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 March 2015 08:45
 
Medical Fund for Carin Ulrich Receives Check Print E-mail
Tom Acton LCC staff member Phil Bandy presented Pastor Tom Acton, Immanuel Lutheran Church Palatine, Illinois, with a check for the Carin Ulrich Medical Fund.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 March 2015 10:38
 
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