Luverne Christian Reformed Church

Evangelism

 
Jesus said, "Let your light shine before men, so they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven."
 
The light we shine is the truth of the Gospel. In word and deed, we share with others the Good News that “God loved the world so much that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes on Him will not perish, but have everlasting life." (John 3:16)
 
God calls each of us to live what we believe. As a congregation we also work together in a number of ways to share Christ with our community.
 

 

 

 
GEMS is a club designed to help bring girls into a living, dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ. Our GEMS club meets on alternate Wednesday evenings throughout the school year. Click here to visit the GEMS website.
 
 
Cadets is a ministry whose purpose is to help churches share Christ's love with boys in their congregations and communities. Our Cadet Club also meets on alternate Wednesday evenings during the school year. Click here to visit the Calvinist Cadet Corps website.
 
Coffee Break is a church based, community oriented Bible study group, designed to bring women into a personal faith relationship with Jesus Christ, and to nurture their faith in Him. Our Coffee Break group meets on Tuesday mornings throughout the school year. A nursery is provided. Click here to visit the Coffee Break Ministries website.
Friendship is a ministry that shares God's love and truth with people who have cognitive impairments. We believe that God created all people in His image, and that the church should reach out to everyone in Jesus' name. Our Friendship Group will meet on the 2nd and 4th Monday evenings throughout the school year.  Click here to visit the Friendship Ministries website.
 
 
Blue Mound Wayside Chapel
 
In the early 1960's, Pastor John De Vries and the Luverne CRC congregation worked to build a small chapel on a hill north of Luverne on Highway 75 opposite the Blue Mound State Park. It was opened to visitors on Memorial Day of 1963. By the end of the summer, approximately 40,000 people had visited the chapel.
 
Not only does the chapel provide travelers a place to pause and pray, but it offers them Bibles and other Christian literature. Through the Chapel we continue to distribute Gospel tracts, sermons from the Back to God Ministries, devotional booklets, etc. Since God has promised that His word will not return to Him empty (Isaiah 55:11) we trust that He is using this effort to bring many people to faith in Christ.