How often do we say, "I don't have a thing to wear"? Usually we really mean that among the array of clothing stuffed in our closets, there's not an outfit that is suitable for a specific occasion. Either our choices are not the right style, color or size, or they simply don't satisfy our immediate mood.(continue) 
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Scripture Verse: And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work (2 Corinthians 9:8 NIV) 
The Lutheran Women's Missionary League(LWML), with a membership of over 250,000, is the official women's auxiliary of The Lutheran Church of the Missouri Synod. The LWML focuses on affirming each woman in her relationship with Christ to enable her to be in ministry among the people of the world. For over 60 years the LWML has been encouraging and equipping women to live out their Christian lives in active mission ministries and to financially support global mission. 
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This week's home page article introduces the eQuarterly - an electronic version of the Lutheran Woman's Quarterly magazine. Learn how you can order the eQuarterly for yourself or for another Lutheran woman in mission! 
38th Biennial LWML. Convention -  Highlights  
The Lutheran Women's Missionary League  welcomed 3,105 people with 691 as first timers to the LWML convention in Mobile,  Alabama,  June 20-23 The Theme  "In Praise to the Lord!"  
Delegates to the 38th Biennial Convention of the LWML adopted a $2,100,000.00 mission goal for the 2019-2021 biennium..This goal by the grace of God, will fund 21 mission grants as men and women respond in prayer  and offerings during the next two years.   
The New National LWML leaders are:  
President:  Debbie Larson      Vice President of organizational Resources:  Marie Chow  
Vice President of Special Focus Ministries:    Deaconess Betty Knapp   
Treasurer  Karla Koehl       Pastoral Counselor:  Rev Brian Noack    
Nominating Committee:  Chairman:   Brianne Stahlecker,   
Sylvia Bean,    Carrie Brumbaugh,  Mary Harrington,  Crystal Miller            
Gifts designated for the Seminary Food Bank are used to purchase perishable items such as meat, vegetables and dairy products. Direct donations of food are most often in the form of dry goods or canned products. 
The Food Bank is open twice each week for students to pick up items, and once each month for meat selections. 
The Food Bank plays a vital role in keeping daily, non-educational coststoa minimum. 
The Guild donates monthly to the Concordia Seminary food bank for seminary students, along with giving monthly contributions for mission needs in the community. The Guild purchases our kitchen supplies. This year silverware, trays, coffee pots and pitchers were obtained. Serving funeral dinners, purchasing flowers for the altar when needed.