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A Message about COVID-19 from the LWML BOD

The Board of Directors (BOD) of the LWML continues to give the seriousness of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) due consideration. The best way to avoid the spread of COVID-19, or any germs or illnesses, is to follow guidelines issued by state and federal authorities. We encourage all of God’s people to pray for those who have been affected by this, for the resources to combat this illness and provide a vaccine or cure, and for the Lord to open the hearts of His people so all can see the Lord’s hand in the actions of Christians towards their neighbors.

Read the rest of LWML’s message about COVID-19 here.

Hosanna! Save us!

So they took branches of palm trees and went out to meet him, crying out, “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord” (John 12:13).

Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday. The people cry, “Hosanna!” We join with them, crying out, “Hosanna!” Save us! Save us from sin, death, and the power of the devil. Save us from ourselves. Save us from our sinfulness. Save us from eternal damnation. “Hosanna!”

Yes, we cry out with those words on this day and every day. The joy which we have is the knowledge that our Lord does save us. He gives His life for us, for our salvation.

Unfortunately, there are many people in the world who still cry out, seeking someone or something to save them. The mission that we have been given is to share the Gospel with all people. Through its many mission grants, the LWML continues to support the mission of the Church, which is to reach the lost with the message of the Gospel.

As you go into Holy Week, lift up your voice and sing, “Hosanna!” As you do so, remember to place that coin in your Mite Box to support the work of reaching out to others in response to their great need.

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LWML Spring Resources

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From Lent to Easter, along with general Spring-themed resources and Mother's Day … here are devotional resources and service ideas for you and your LWML group.

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