Here are ministries or resources that are connected with the ministry of Our Redeemer's Church. Please visit and support them!
The Church of the Lutheran Brethren (CLB)
The Church of the Lutheran Brethren (CLB) is a family of 123 congregations in the United States and Canada, with 1,500 daughter congregations in Cameroon, Chad, Japan and Taiwan now organized into four national church bodies. The CLB, as a denomination, exists to serve congregations in their obedience to the Great Commission, locally, nationally and internationally, as seen in Matthew 28:18-20. For the first 50 years of CLB history over 50% of denominational funds were spent on overseas missions, living out the vision that was in the founders’ hearts. Today the people of the CLB are experiencing a growing desire to reach out to our local communities and to plant more congregations in North America. The prayer of our congregations is that the Lord will use us who have received grace through faith, to be centers for spiritual life. We believe this is God’s primary way of bringing truth and meaning to a broken world.
Lutheran Brethren International Mission
Lutheran Brethren International Mission is privileged to serve in Chad, Japan, and Taiwan. In each of these countries we work together with the national church to evangelize, make disciples, plant churches and minister to the physical needs of the people groups in which we serve.
The CLB Forge
The CLB Forge: The primary source for vitality resources and communication for your congregation. Our hope is to connect North American congregations in a way that amplifies what God is doing in our churches and increases our effectiveness as a Disciple-Making Movement. The CLB Forge is a dynamic and ever-expanding resource sharing system. In this beta testing phase, we are asking for your help in populating the website with content and providing feedback on all its features.
We create and distribute theological and apologetic resources anchored in the central message of the Bible: that Christ died for sinners and rose for their justification. Through the proclamation of the Gospel, we aim to give assurance and consolation to Christians, enable individuals to serve their neighbors in freedom, and strengthen the church. - 1517.