Hearts for Jesus Project

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Each year, the Nebraska District chooses a project to support with their prayers and offerings throughout the school year. Schools may send their Hearts for Jesus offerings to the District Office clearly marked as “Hearts for Jesus.”

The projects supported by Hearts for Jesus alternate each year between national missions and missions within the Nebraska District.

This year, we have selected World Mission, a ministry whose mission is to be the first to reach the “Unreached” people of the world with the Word of God.

One of the most powerful ministry tools they use is called, a “Treasure,” a solar powered audio device that contains the Bible in the native language of the people who receive them. Just imagine what a treasure they must be to those who hear the Word of God for the very first time.

World Mission is preparing downloadable resources for each school that has signed up, to use to help tell the story of their outreach ministry to children. And, each school that participates will receive a Treasure to demonstrate to the children in your school, just how they work. (Schools will be asked to return them so they can be deployed somewhere else in the world.)

Visit World Mission’s Hearts for Jesus resource page at this link.

Download a flyer about this project at this link.

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Past Hearts for Jesus projects:

2020-2021 — Lutheran Schools in the Dominican Republic

2019-2020 — LSEM: Lutheran Special Education Ministries

2018-2019 — LCMS Early Childhood Center, Licey, Dominican Republic

2017-2018 — Campus Ministries

2016-2017 — Dominican Republic

2015-2016 — Camp Luther

2014-2015 — K9 Comfort Dogs

2013-2014 — Rev. John Deang, Sudanese Mission Pastor

2012-2013 — Lutheran Malaria Initiative

2011-2012 — Camp Luther

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