In May and June of this year, three of WELS’ sister church bodies in Cameroon and Nigeria graduated a combined 25 men after five years of seminary studies. Seven of those men will serve as pastors in the Lutheran Church of Cameroon (LCC); nine will serve Christ the King Lutheran Church of Nigeria; and nine will serve All Saints Lutheran Church of Nigeria.

Mission work in Africa looks significantly different now than it did 30 years ago.

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Karen Fischer used her expertise as a licensed professional counselor with Christian Family Solutions to write the August "Parent conversations" column, answering the question, "What life skills will help young people as they transition to adulthood?" Karen also served as president of the Lutheran Women's Missionary Society, and in this video she explains how she worked with WELS Foundation to set up endowment funds for the group.

Learn more about establishing endowment funds through WELS Foundation to support your congregation, school, or WELS organization.