Lutheran Hour

Drawing of a woman listening with the words "Lutheran Hour is Now Available on Air and Online, Click Here to ListenPartially supported by Mt. Olive in the Yakima area, the renowned Lutheran Hour Radio Program, may be heard in our area at 8 AM each Sunday over KYAK at 930 on the AM radio dial.  Of course, you can listen whenever you wish over the internet by visiting their web site, where you can also download an app that makes listening very easy on your phone or device.  The website offers a great deal more than the well-known weekly broadcast. Just use the link below.

The Lutheran Hour

 

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The Lutheran Hour Ministries offers much more than the weekly broadcast that is their namesake. Their devotionals are excellent and they also offer many other outstanding resources and materials.

General Lutheran Hour Ministries Announcements:

  • Lutheran Hour Ministries is a Christian outreach ministry supporting churches worldwide in its mission of Bringing Christ to the Nations—and the Nations to the Church. Lutheran Hour Ministries produces Christian radio and TV programming for broadcast, as well as Internet and print communications, dramas, music, and outreach materials, to reach the unchurched in more than 30 countries. LHM’s flagship program, The Lutheran Hour, is the world’s longest-running Christian outreach radio program. It airs weekly on more than 1,600 stations. For more information, visit www.lhm.org or call 1-800-876-9880.
  • Lutheran Hour Ministries is a congregational outreach ministry supporting The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and partnering churches worldwide. It is independently funded by generous Christians who want to spread the pure and powerful message of the Savior’s love in their own communities and throughout the world. For more information, visit www.lhm.org or call 1-800-876-9880.
  • Lutheran Hour Ministries is recognized with the “Best in America” Seal of Excellence by the Independent Charities of America for annually meeting the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness and cost effectiveness. Of the 1 million charities operating in the United States today, it is estimated that fewer than 2,000 are awarded this designation. For more information about the ministry and its programs, visit www.lhm.orgor call 1-800-876-9880.

Program-Specific Lutheran Hour Ministries Announcements:

  • The Lutheran Hour radio program, with the Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz as Speaker, proclaims the salvation story of Jesus every week to hundreds of thousands of listeners on more than 1,600 stations, the American Forces Network and over the Internet. A new partnership with the Bott Radio Network added 101 stations to the program’s lineup and increased the number of weekly listeners to one million. For more information, visit www.lutheranhour.org or call 1-800-876-9880.
  • Lutheran Hour Ministries’ Men’s NetWork helps congregations to invite men and re-engage them in the life of the church by examining issues of faith, leadership, family and community in languages and contexts that resonate with men. For more information, visit www.lhm.org/men or call 1-800-876-9880.
  • Lutheran Hour Ministries’ International Ministry Centers in more than 30 countries serve the needs of hurting people. Ministry center volunteers reach out to their neighbors and communities in culturally appropriate ways with the story of Jesus—sometimes at great personal risk. For more information, visit www.lhm.org/international or call 1-800-876-9880.
  • Lutheran Hour Ministries’ booklet ministry, Project Connect, is designed to provide down-to-earth insight about things people deal with every day—grief, stress, prayer, relationships—and more. You can share Project Connect booklets with friends and neighbors; or your congregation can place handy Project Connect display racks in the church narthex, clinics, schools—anywhere someone might need a message of hope. Nearly 60 topical booklets are currently available— with dozens available in Spanish or as an audio file. For more information, call 1-800-876-9880 or visit www.lhm.org/projectconnect.

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