Lutheran Church Charities given Crosses for Losses to serve those who Suffer and are in Need with the Presence of Jesus Christ
At 12:01 a.m. on January 1, 2020 Lutheran Church Charities (LCC) has legally been given Crosses for Losses to take and further its impact in serving and helping individuals and families that suffer loss.
Greg Zanis, the Aurora, Illinois man who started Crosses for Losses 20 plus years ago and placed more than 27,000 crosses across the U.S. announced his retirement Christmas Day, and asked LCC to further his work. Through LCC’s Crosses for Losses Ministry, we are blessed to continue serving and comforting people due to crisis, disaster, or other situations where they have suffered a loss.
Greg Zanis Crosses For Losses Testimony, LCC Carrying forward the Cross of Jesus Christ!
As LCC sets this up – look for further announcements and ways to get involved and support.
Thank you for your Prayers and Support,
Lutheran Church Charities