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LWF President Archbishop Dr Panti Filibus Musa greeting during the Ecumenical lunch with representatives of the four member churches in Myanmar and World Service country program staff. 30 January 2018. Photo: LWF Myanmar
15 Feb
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15 Feb
The LWF has proved itself an organization recognised for high quality work and for networking with diverse groups of people, Archbishop Dr Panti Filibus Musa says.
Evangelists take part in a training session in Yangon through a program run by the Myanmar Lutheran Church to provide its village congregations with lay leaders. This support is critical “for a young church with many small congregations in the villages,” says Ilona Dorji, LWF secretary for Project Coordination and Monitoring. Photo: LWF/I. Dorji
22 Apr
The joys and challenges of thousands across the LWF
Myanmar Lutheran Church
22 Apr
LWF committee to discuss funding for member church projects
Thanks to the work of the Lutheran churches in Myanmar, children from marginalized communities can go to school and aspire to a brighter future. Photo: LWF/I. Dorji
27 Nov
Healing wounds of isolation and deprivation
Myanmar Lutheran Church, Lutheran Church of Myanmar
27 Nov
Myanmar Lutheran churches contribution to education in the country