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Paint the Planet Purple – What does this mean?

Paint the Planet Purple with Servanthood

The official colors of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League are purple and gold. Purple, symbolizes royalty, and gold symbolizes value and integrity. The vision of the LWML is to recognize that each woman is welcomed and encouraged to use her unique God given gifts as she supports global mission and serves the Lord with gladness.

When you use your gifts to serve God, “Jesus’ love in action,” you are spreading the word of Christ around the world. You are painting the planet purple!

We would like you to share with us where, what, when, and how you have shared “Jesus’ love in action.” The Gospel Outreach Committee would love to hear about and share your mission servant activities! Please contact us through the LWML email at depgo@lwml.org. Thank you.

Food Pantry and Clothes Closet

Mid-Arkansas Zone Food Pantry and Clothes Closet Visit — A Reflection of Jesus’ Love in Action

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On Monday March 18, 2019 thirteen ladies from Faith Lutheran, Hot Springs Village, Arkansas went to Zion Lutheran Church in Avilla, Arkansas to visit their food pantry and clothes closet as a servant event. Sarah Brown talked about the food pantry and Jeanette Irby talked about the clothes closet. Both Sarah and Jeanette are members at Zion, Avilla. An incredible seventy-five bags of food were packed and the clothes closet was restocked.

Participants from Faith, Hot Springs Village included Jackie Wolff, Debbie Kjarland, Shirley Smestad, Jan Wendling, Caryl Galler, Ruth Rysan, Susan Peterson, Judy Kluba, Veronica Detjens, Mary Benke, Lydia Weichert, Linda Benson, and Sherry Galatas.

Submitted by
Sarah Brown
Zion Lutheran Church, Avilla, Arkansas
Mid-South District

School Kits for Lutheran World Relief

School Kits for Lutheran World Relief — A Reflection of Jesus’ Love in Action

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Lutheran World Relief Quilt and Care Kits help give families around the world some of life’s essentials, as well as a reminder that they are not alone. From chronic poverty and conflict to drought and typhoon, the intensity of humanitarian needs continues to increase. Anyone can work on a quilt or kit project. It strengthens fellowship within your congregation, serves as a faith witness to your community and brings you closer to your global neighbors. The gifts you give through these projects are an immeasurable blessing to families around the world.  https://lwr.org/quilts-and-kits

nullThe LWML of Christ Lutheran Church in Boulder City, Nevada, invited their congregation and their community to participate in collecting backpacks and school items to donate to Lutheran World Relief. At the end of the month the women were able to put together 70 complete school kits. Money was also donated to help with shipping costs. It was a great service activity to start off their new year.

Submitted by
Jessica Stetson
Christ Lutheran of Boulder City
Pacific Southwest District

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