Tag Archives: Quilts

bundles of Mission Quilts

Father Tarimo says “Thank You” for Mission Quilts

Posted on 06. Jun, 2013 by .

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On a recent visit to Dodoma, Tanzania, some of our U.S.-based staff got to visit the Mlali Children’s Rehabilitation Center. Father Sergi Tarimo was happy to greet them and all the the people who have so generously made and donated Mission Quilts and Personal Care Kits. He and the children wanted to take a moment […]

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three girls in Armenia under an LWR Mission Quilt

How many Mission Quilts do we ship every year?

Posted on 07. May, 2013 by .

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When small groups of people in congregations gather throughout the U.S. and tie LWR Mission Quilts, it’s hard to fathom how many get sent around the world. All of these Quilts are donated by people like you. It shows how many small donations add up to huge amounts of comfort! In 2012 we delivered 412,710 Mission […]

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youth running around at a camp

Campers Can Quilt, Too

Posted on 26. Feb, 2013 by .

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This summer, church basements and fellowship halls are not the only places where Lutherans are taking up LWR’s Quilt Campaign challenge. They’re also pitching in near lakes and on the hiking trail. Up to 48% of Lutheran youth say that they have attended a church summer camp, an important place for faith formation. This year […]

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scanned brochure of LWR Layettes

Vintage Brochure – LWR Layettes

Posted on 20. Feb, 2013 by .

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Check out this vintage LWR Layette (Baby Care Kit) brochure one of our constituents found in her mother-in-law’s drawer. How things have changed since 1964 – and yet the spirit is the same! Learn more about Baby Care Kits A Baby Care Kit from LWR is like a promise. It says to that baby, Your […]

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Teenage Road Trip #rt13

Posted on 12. Feb, 2013 by .

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There is this archetype in American culture of the “apathetic teenager.” We’ve all seen it on tv and maybe even in real-life. The constantly texting, non-speaking, “a-shrug-is-worth-a-thousand-words” creatures who live in a self-involved cocoon until emerging – somewhere around age 30. But two weeks ago, at the Delaware-Maryland Synod Road Trip, hundreds of young people defied […]

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man sitting on bed with quilt

Photo Friday: Mission Quilts in Tanzania

Posted on 01. Feb, 2013 by .

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Mr. Issa Ali is a resident in a home for the elderly in Tanzania. The Mission Quilt and a Personal Care Kit towel that he received from LWR are draped across his bed. He enthusiastically told LWR staff, “Naipenda sana blanketi hii!” which translates to “I like this blanket very much!” (There’s not a word […]

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hands making a quilt

The Laying of Hands – the Growth of a Quilting Group

Posted on 25. Jan, 2013 by .

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In the latest edition of LWR eNews, we wrote about a quilting day at Dartmouth College, in Hanover, NH. It’s a great story about how the quilting group from Our Savior’s Lutheran Church (OSLC) brought a group of college students together for service. To rally a campus community around making quilts is inspiring enough. But […]

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