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Outreach keep generating responses

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The ministry shared words of comfort and evangelical materials with teen detainees of the Yaoundé central prison (Nkondengui).The events took place within quarter five of the prison, where over 70 respondents were exposed to messages of hope drawn from Luke5:32 “I have not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance”

Respondents were also exposed to LHM’s evangelical materials as well as training programs, followed by registration to Bible correspondence courses. While some were referred to congregation’s elders for counseling, connected ones were sent to protestant chaplaincy for   follow ups.The majority of teen detainees are abandoned by their family.

It was a beautiful experience shared with desperate youth in need of attention and love.

Ania Souman

Celebrating Xmas with abandoned children and HIV orphans



Bringing relief to children, victims of discrimination and stigmatization is among Lutheran Hour Ministries main global vision. In order to implement this vision, Lutheran Hour ministries has recently organized a Christmas celebration with abandoned children and HIV orphans from the outskirt of the capital city Yaoundé.

The celebration which took place on the 13th of December 2015 kicked off with an opening prayer and words of welcome said by the Audience relations Manager Mr Ania souman. He further briefed children on Lutheran hour Ministries great of varieties from sensitization to connection.

Asked on the why of this special Xmas celebration, Mr Ania explained that “Christmas celebration cannot be confined to a certain category of children to the detriment of others” adding” one of Lutheran Hour Ministries vocation is bringing relief where and when it is needed.

Children were not only exposed to different department of Lutheran hour Ministires but also received teachings on Xmas celebration with focus on the birth of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ.

They also demonstrated their talents in a special coloring contest, which represent the creation that God had made for us. Christmas gifts were given out to each invited child after sharing of food and soft drinks.

This was a different way to share with abandoned children and HIV orphans, the gospel, the love and the power of our lord Jesus saying “let the little children come to me, and do not stop them ;for it is to such as these that the kingdom of God belongs”.DSC06854

Ania Souman


Insertion of LHM-C’s reports starts generating responses

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Insertion of LHM-C’s reports starts generating responses

The frequent use of media remains the most effective means of reaching out to people with the word of salvation. Whether electronic or not. Newspaper is also of vital importance. That’s the reason why Lutheran Hour Ministries has recently opted to insert its programs reports, witnesses and evangelical advertisement materials, in the Christian newspaper called “Evangelisation et Mission”

The decision took place following a fruitful encounter between LHM-C’s audience relations manager, Ania Souman and the assistant to the national bishop, rev Telesam Adolphe of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Cameroon, in charge of the newspaper. According to him” the collaboration between Lutheran Hour ministries and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Cameroon (ELCC) will not only bring about rapprochement, but also reinforce mutual efforts of reaching out to people with the Gospel». He further concluded that «Lutheran Hour Ministry will continue to remain EELC’s partner in evangelism.

Hardly implemented, the insertion has started generating tremendous responses, in terms of BCC registrations, referrals and requests for ETS workshops, from Church leaders of isolated areas, where Lay Christians express their urgent need of getting involved in Evangelism but lack the know-how.

LHM-C will continue to insert its programs, reports and activities in the news paper “Evangelisation et Mission” that appears quarterly, to ensure that the ministry continues to spread the gospel message of linking the Un-churched to the Church.

Ania souman