Lutheran Laymen's League
The Lutheran Laymen’s League (LLL) began in 1917, with a group of 12 men attending the Milwaukee LCMS convention, and after settling the synod’s debt, a pension fund was formed for professional church workers. By 1930 the LLL reached out through the airwaves with the Lutheran Hour and today has a reach of 800 stations around the world. This ministry has brought many wonderful programs to help individuals, families and society in embracing, understanding and spreading God’s Word through faith. The popularity of this ministry continues today, and the LLL changed its name in 1992 to Lutheran Hour Ministries embracing the Lutheran Hour’s popularity and breath of coverage.
The Men’s Network formed to ignite and challenge men’s faith lives. This network offers blogs, bible study material, volunteer opportunities and other resources to help men in their faith walk with their Lord.
Orphan Grain Train
The Carver County Chapter of the LLL is also an active participant in Orphan Grain Train. Orphan Grain Train is a Christian volunteer network that shares personal and material resources with needy people in America and around the world. Grain Train volunteers gather donations of clothing, medical supplies, food, Christian literature, and other aid to meet real needs. The Orphan Grain Train movement is a loving response to Jesus Christ's example as a servant and His love for us.
A safe online resource for children ages 2-6 and their parents. Help your children learn the importance of their faith and spreading the messaging of Jesus love.
Woman to Woman
An award winning radio show hosted by Phyllis Wallace and offers hope and help for the challenges facing women today. Due to today's stresses placed upon women in society, Ms. Wallace has set and objective to "inform, inspire, transform, and set fire to the hearts of women, to apply God's very practical, loving genius to the demands of everyday life.