Mission for the World

Recently, at my church, we had a ‘Mission Festival’ Sunday. A day that we focussed on, not only the work the Lutheran Church of Australia (LCA) does in overseas (International) mission, but also what the LCA does with local and home missions. As a church we try to reach out to all those who need to hear the Gospel and the saving love of Jesus. During the service, Lutheran Tract Mission was also mentioned as being an integral part of sharing the Gospel in written form. Paul continually used the ...
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Anne Hansen

I am presently the Lutheran Tract Mission Development Officer and have been for 16 years. (LTM is an outreach ministry of the LLL.) I am married to Pastor Mark Hansen (serving in Noosa, Qld) and have three grown children – Jonah, Christian and Emma. Previously I was a Lutheran school teacher – having taught at Good Shepherd Lutheran, Noosa Qld; St Marks, Mt Barker SA; Golden Grove Lutheran School SA and some other relief work. Other roles: pastor’s kid, LYSA president, Lutheran Youth Encounter (USA) Events Director, nanny in Wales, backpacker through Europe, puppeteer, musician (touring USA for two years) and children’s ministry leader. I love serving Jesus!