The Latin American Lutheran Mission (LALM) is an independent Lutheran mission started in 1936 (see history) and is focused on proclaiming the Gospel to the people of Mexico as well as the larger Latin American region. It was the parent, and now partner, of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Mexico (ELCM). It seeks involvement and mission partners with persons, congregations, and college church groups as it encourages Bible study and discipleship training to equip Latin American people to fulfill Christ’s “Great Commission.”
In the NEW LAM brochure, read about the mission and how you can become a partner with it.
The LALM director is Pastors Moises Mendez, headquartered in Laredo, Texas. Many volunteer opportunities exist for service to the mission. Contact the director to arrange Short Term Missions trips to share yourself with the people Mexico.
The Gospel Bookstore is located at the Laredo, Texas border mission station. It serves the literature and media needs of people in the surrounding area.
The Board of Directors is composed of people from various Lutheran bodies and supports the ongoing work on the border and in Mexico.
Mission staff publish the quarterly Clarion newsletter. See also the following:
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