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Mission Statement: We will make disciples of men that have a deep and meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ. We do this by financial support of the Lutheran mission churches in South Carolina along with the Master Builders Bible Program, One Year to Live Retreats, Building Men Through Christ Seminars, and Men In Action young men events.
For every man to have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ through an effective men's ministry in every congregation.
Our Objectives are:
- To provide financial support for the development of mission congregations in the SC Synod
- To provide opportunities to make disciples of men by sponsoring gatherings, local congregational unit meetings, conferencemeetings and Bible Studies
- To support Lutheran Men in Mission by the giving of time, talents, and money to support a strong church-wide men's ministry.
The officers elected for 2023 during the 80th Annual Convention - February 18th 2023
|Tom Counts - President|
|Randy Barnes -Vice President|
Karl Zerbst, Jr. - Secretary
|Philippe Cote - Treasurer|
|Tom Ramsey - Executive Director|
|Philippe Cote - Past President|
| The Rev. Michael Price -
The Rev. Ginny Aebisher, Karl Zerbst, Jr., Randy Barnes,
Tom Ramsey, Tom Counts, Philippe Cote
Randy Barnes,Distinguished Service Award
Larry Rathe, Lifetime Distinguished Service Award
Johnny Merck, Lifetime Distinguished Service Award
Ron Redd, Distinguished Service Award
Live Stream SCLMM 80th Convention
Messiah Lutheran Church Mauldin
The Lutheran Men in Mission Song (Verses two and three)
Pastor Hagerty and Mr. Dan Sandel of St. Thomas took part in the Heheran Men in Mission at artland Conference quarterly meeting of the LutSilverstreet Lutheran Church this evening. Here is our closing song:Ralph Hill Randy Derrick Ronald ReddPosted by St. Thomas Lutheran Church (ELCA) - Chapin, SC on Thursday, February 18, 2016
SCLMM PRESENTS DENNIS GILLAN SPEAKING ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
Come join the South Carolina Lutheran Men in Mission on August 19, 2023 to hear Dennis Gillan talk about mental health issues which we all hear about far too often today. This event is open to men, women and youth as this impacts all ages and genders.
The event will be held at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church in Lexington beginning at 11:00 a.m. and ending at 2:30 p.m. A Taco Salad Buffet will be offered for a suggested donation of $10 at the door.
For additional information please contact
Tom Counts – firstname.lastname@example.org or
Tom Ramsey – email@example.com
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