Interviews with Mrs. Chikwatu, wife of the Dean of Students at the Lutheran Bible Institute (LBI) and Mrs. Mwakatika, wife of one of the LBI Professors as they describe their supporting role for the Lutheran Church of Central Africa-Malawi.
St. Lucia is a small English-speaking nation in the Caribbean—an island where half the population is under age 21. What's the best way to reach young people with the gospel? Create a place where they feel welcome—a place where they can come together to hear and study God’s Word and enjoy fellowship with Christian friends from their neighborhood . . . and beyond.
View the video to see the Lutheran National Woman’s Organization (LUNAWO) group sing a song of praise about Jeremiah’s call. They sing, “Don’t be surprised Jeremiah, the Lord has set you apart to preach His word.” They wear a uniform that distinguishes them as Lutherans-chosen as a reminder of the passion story with a purple skirt, white blouse with red trim on the collar and a purple scarf.
The Lutheran Church of Central Africa has organized LUNAWO, similar to the LCCA’s Lutheran Women’s Missionary Society (LWMS). The group has chapters in congregations and districts of the church. The women are active in service to their congregations and charitable works.