The Lutheran Evangelistic Movement"The Lutheran Evangelistic Movement has as its purpose by God’s grace to revive and deepen the spiritual life and fellowship of believers, to save the lost, and to encourage the use of spiritual gifts for the extension of Christ’s kingdom" (from the 1951 LEM constitution).
A Revival History of the LEM - Book Released!
Some time ago when I was in college I finally got tired of learning the same spiritual truths over and over again only to forget those lessons ... More
This is a condensed version of a sermon preached by Rev. J.O. Gisselquist at the January 1945 LEM Mid-Winter Evangelistic Conference. Rev. ... More
Today we live in the most scientifically, medically, and technologically advanced civilization in history. In less than a century and a ... More
Greetings to you, friends and supporters of L.E.M. I want to thank you for the invitation to write to you—namely to thank you for your ... More
LEM is committed to making disciples in the 21st century, and assisting churches to do so also. Today, we approach this task through four ... More
God created human nature with a desire to belong—to be a part of something larger than ourselves. This desire is good because it connects us ... More