LIMM cooperates with the following agencies.

LCMS Mercy Medical Teams

This short-term volunteer program offers medical professionals opportunities to volunteer abroad in a variety of clinical and health-related settings.

Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, other types of medical professionals, pastors and hard-working laity are coordinated and trained into specific Mercy Medical Teams, which work in conjunction with LCMS partner churches and international clinics to address needs of both body and soul.

For more information, see the web page: 

Christian Friends of New Americans

Next door or across town, Christian Friends of New Americans links you with opportunities to connect with immigrants and refugees living in the St. Louis region. CFNA partners with local Lutheran congregations, schools, and individuals, NGOs and various grant-giving foundations to offer a range of programs and services for New Americans. We welcome you to learn more about CFNA and hope to see you get involved.For more information, see the web page:

Belize Mission Society

Since 2003, we have had a presence in Belize.  With humble beginnings of a Vacation Bible School serving 180 children with only 7 volunteers, the mission has grown and expanded.

For more information, see the web page: or send an email to


POBLO’s mission is to evangelize Muslims, Hindus, and other ethnic groups in North America, to raise up spirtual leaders among them, and to establish Christ-worshipping communities within them. POBLO Ministries began in 1993, with one missionary, as an outreach to Muslims in Dearborn, Michigan, the largest population of Arabs outside of the Middle East.
POBLO contact information:

Headquarters – 922 N. Beech Daly, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127


ALMA is a professional service organization linking and equipping Lutheran mission agencies, congregations, and individuals for sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. ALMA encourages cooperation in mission efforts in order to advance God’s mission, working alongside The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. ALMA began in 1996 with less than 10 mission agencies. Today approximately 65 different mission groups represent a variety of specialties, people groups and geographic focuses.

While most of ALMA organizations are based in North America, membership is open to any mission agency, society, congregation or individual worldwide.

ALMA Contact Information


The Global CHE Network is an association of people and organizations using the strategy of Community Health Evangelism (CHE) to serve impoverished communities in urban and rural settings around the world. We network together for mutual support to share useful ideas and best practices, encourage each other, coordinate efforts, and optimize the use of limited resources. Member organizations work collaboratively, strengthening each other’s ministries and working together to impact whole nations. By working together we reduce duplication of effort, strengthen the credibility of our witness for Christ, and accelerate the advance of the Gospel. Members of the network represent more than 625 organizations in 126 countries.

CHE Contact Information


ALDE is an international community of fundraising and communication professionals that is rooted in the Lutheran tradition of the Christian faith and dedicated to serving God’s people in the church and the world.

ALDE Contact Information


Lutheran Parish Nurses International, NFP [LPNI] exists to serve the  Lord and His Kingdom through Christ-centered parish nursing in Lutheran  denominations.

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At CLEF our mission is to partner with Chicago Lutheran schools so they can instill in our children a love of learning and a love of Jesus as they grow in wisdom and stature. Each day we are eternally grateful, along with our teachers, staff and principals for the precious opportunity to serve and to teach our children.

CLEF Contact Information