LWML and CPH Collaborate on Store and Shipping

The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) and Concordia Publishing House (CPH) have joined together giving the LWML an increased visibility. This collaboration will also allow the LWML Office and Store to run with a greater effectiveness.

Beginning Monday, November 3, 2014, all LWML Store items may be purchased through CPH, which is just a click away on the LWML website. CPH will manage the sale and shipping of LWML products and resources.

Anyone wishing to order material from LWML will click on the Store tab found on the LWML website, as they always have, and follow the simple directions given.

When they have chosen their items and are ready to check out, they will be asked to create an account with CPH– this will simply allow CPH access to information needed for shipping and payment. The LWML and CPH are pleased to offer this secure and easy shopping experience.

Many LWML customers are also CPH customers, and this will allow orders to be combined and save on shipping costs. To celebrate this improvement, the LWML is having an Inventory Reduction and Closeout Sale (through February 1, 2015) on many items. Check out all
products and resources and save today!

If you have any questions, contact the LWML Office at (800) 252-5965 or lwml@lwml.org

LWML Affirms The Time is NOW to Have a Heart for the Harvest

The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) committees and task forces from across the country met in St. Louis, Missouri, October 23-26, 2014, to continue their work and prepare for the 2015 LWML Convention in Des Moines, Iowa. Lutheran Women in Mission always begin their  planning with Bible study and prayer and these important elements continue as God works through this organization. The theme, Heart for the Harvest, based on Matthew 9:37-38, and the rallying cry that The Time is NOW to make a difference for Christ around the world, in local communities, and in each participant’s personal life gave new energy and focus to those attending.

Mites (offerings), given in thankful response to all God has provided,  throughout the weekend to taled $2,660.80, and will go towards the 2013-2015 Mission Grants. $220 and over 330 gifts were brought from across the country and donated to Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri. The organization’s mission is to help families, children, and individuals experience greater hope and wholeness of life.

LWML President Kay Kreklau reiterated what Pastoral Counselors Rev. John Heckmann and Rev. Dr. Robert Roegner advocated in their Bible studies, that The Time is NOW to share Christ’s mission and mercy with the world through the LWML. She commended the participants for a job well done and women with a Heart for the Harvest were sent home with renewed energy and enthusiasm, to be faithful laborers in the harvest field.

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