Mission Servants

Mission Servants Activity of the Month


Knit a Stocking Cap for those in Need

nullDo you know how to knit? There are so many people that need stocking caps.

  • Nurseries in your local hospitals for newborns
  • Cancer patients
  • Homeless
  • Poor in this country and around the world

Oh, you are saying, “but I don’t knit”. There are inexpensive knitting loom kits available for purchase at many craft stores that offers looms in four different sizes, so caps could be made to fit everyone from newborns to adults!

The looms are easy to use, caps are quick to complete and economical, too. A few brands that carry these looms are Boye, Darice and Knitter. There are other brands, too.

This project could be done as an individual or with your ladies group. Completed stocking caps could go to hospitals, homeless shelters, or to mission organizations. Wherever they go, you are sharing God’s love, His warmth, and His comfort! Thrivent Action Team cards are a great financial resource for looms and yarn, too! HAPPY KNITTING!

Download this flier to print and share!

nullSt Peter’s Church in Deshler, Nebraska put out a request for people to donate their unused bicycles to be given to Orphan Grain Train, “Don’t Leave Your Bikes in the Shed”. People generously gave, whether it was the gift of a bike, or the gift of a talent from God, their gifts overflowed. This project collected 48 bikes for Orphan Grain Train! They also had volunteers to make necessary repairs, to transport the bikes, and volunteers who knew where the bikes were needed! To God be the glory!

The Mission Servants Committee would love to hear about and share your mission servant activities! Please contact us through the LWML email at Thank you!

The Mission Servants Committee would love to hear about and share your mission servant activities! Please contact us through the LWML email at Thank you!

View Past Mission Servants Activities of the Month:

Baby Shower for a Pro-Life Pregnancy Resource Center Blessing Bags Diana’s Angels® Project
Spring Nursing Home Projects Feminine Hygiene Kits for “Days for Girls” Recycling Pill Bottles
“Pack the Pantry 5k” Sponsor a No-Cost Garage Sale! Breast Cancer Survival Kit
Making Clothing Protectors for Bethesda Make the Reverse Advent Calendar Cancelled Stamps Program
Send Valentines to Your Church Members That Are "Shut-In"    

Thanks for the Gifts from the Heart!

nullGifts from the Heart ingathering

More than five boxes of books, magazines, crossword and word search puzzles, and toiletry items were donated to Lutheran Senior Services through a Gifts from the Heart ingathering at the October Interdepartmental Meeting.

Read the article from Lutheran Senior Services.

Caring for the Needy

Blessed is he who has regard for the weak; the LORD delivers him in times of trouble. (Psalm 41:1, NIV)

One of the most common excuses for not giving to the needy is: ‘I had to work hard for what I’ve got; so should they.’ True, the Bible teaches that if you’re not willing to work you’re not entitled to support (2 Thessalonians 3:1). But did you know: 1) Six million children under five die every year of starvation? 2) One out of seven people goes to bed hungry every night? 3) The three richest people on the planet have more collective wealth than the combined gross national product of the world’s forty-eight poorest countries? General Booth, who founded the Salvation Army, said,How can you convince a man of the love of God if his feet are perishing with the cold? If your prayers aren’t being answered, here’s something to consider. The Israelites fasted and prayed, then complained that God wasn’t answering their prayers. That’s when He told them: ‘This is the kind of fast day I’m after: to break the chains of injustice … get rid of exploitation in the workplace, free the oppressed, cancel debts … I’m interested in seeing you … sharing your food with the hungry … putting clothes on the shivering ill-clad, being available to your own families. Do this and the lights will turn on, and your lives will turn around at once. Your righteousness will pave your way. The God of glory will secure your passage. Then, when you pray, God will answer. You’ll call out for help and I’ll say, “Here I am”’ (Isaiah 58:6-9, MSG). When you care for the needy, the Lord promises to ‘deliver [you] in times of trouble’ (Psalm 41:1, NIV) — and you can take that to the bank.

Heavenly Father, help me to live simply so others can simply live. In Jesus’ Name, Amen

The above devotion was written/compiled from multiple sources by Tim Hetzner, President of Lutheran Church Charities, November 16, 2015.



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Serving you and our Lord with gladness.

Mission Servant Committee,
Linda Fees
Leslie Colligan
Cheryl Killham


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