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Thursday, November 19, 2015

How Do We Know When We’re Making a Difference?

What makes the LSA network so unique? In the words of LSA President and CEO Charlotte Haberaecker, "we grow and we do." It is in the "doing together" that our network of Lutheran social ministry organizations achieves true impact. It is in the doing that we combine our collective strength to achieve better outcomes for the people we serve.

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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The Connection between Church and Social Ministry

Being part of this broader faith community called Lutheran means that our work in social ministry has longstanding connections with the Church. LSA is aligned with two national Lutheran Church bodies, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). This affiliation takes shape through our bylaws, our Board of Directors and our members, who are affiliated with or recognized by one or both Church bodies. Our members are very closely connected with their Synods, Districts and congregations in their communities.

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Friday, November 6, 2015

Sharing a Mission for Leadership – Delivering Compassionate Care to Seniors

The hum of the lively conversation and the energy of mission and purpose could be felt throughout the LSA member reception at the LeadingAge conference. Over 100 people from over 26 member organizations in our network joined their peers at the reception we hosted Nov. 1 in Boston for our LSA family. We enjoyed lively conversations, connections and networking.

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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Lutherans Serving Seniors – a Long History of Care & Innovation

Were you aware that Lutherans are the largest faith- based group serving seniors? Over 20% of the senior residential living units in the top 100 nonprofit providers is a member of LSA. Of our network of 300 Lutheran social ministry organizations, about 200 of them provide services to seniors. These services help seniors live a fuller, more abundant life through a continuum of services that range from in-home services to senior housing, rehabilitation, respite care and senior centers.

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Monday, October 26, 2015

Self-Advocates Visit Washington, DC

Sheri Hicks was recently honored for her enthusiastic community involvement at Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota's 150th anniversary celebration. Sheri says building connections with people who can help you find the supports you need is important to living well every day.

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