Since then, the Lutheran World Federation (LWF), the state and the community have launched a fund-raising campaign, seeking to mobilise money to renovate the facility.
What does LWF stand for?
LWF stands for Lutheran World Federation
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We have 41 other meanings of LWF in our Acronym Attic
- Last Word Freak
- Leaky Wave Field
- Left Wing Fashion (Berlin, CT)
- Lest We Forget (traveling museum exhibit)
- Letter Writing Facility
- Little White Fluffy (dogs)
- Logistic World Freight SARL (Lebanon)
- Lotus Workflow
- Love Worth Finding (radio & TV program in Memphis, TN)
- LuraWave Format (image compression format and file extension)
- Lying Weasel Factor (Dilbert)
- Lutheran World Federation/Zambia Christian Refugee Service
- Laser Wake Field Accelerator (physics)
- Learning Works For All
- Ladymoor Wind Factory Action Group (UK)
- Like Water for Chocolate (Laura Esquivel novel)
- Living Word Family Church (Raleigh, NC)
- Lockheed Fort Worth Company
- Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission
- Lisle-Woodridge Fire District (Illinois)
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The Lutheran World Federation, through its Department of Theology and Studies (DTS), has carried out a crucial role in maintaining and furthering an ecclesial conversation and theological disposition that has dared to trespass the Nordic confines of the Lutheran theological idiom.
Martin Junge, 48, a pastor and theologian from Chile, as the eighth general secretary of the Lutheran World Federation, Geneva, Switzerland, effective October 2010.
Ishmael Noko, general secretary of the Lutheran World Federation.
Arusha, Tanzania The main governing body of the Lutheran World Federation has called on its member churches to advocate for the removal of discriminatory travel and entry restrictions, and similar examples of stigmatization, of people living with HIV.
The World Methodist Conference has joined the Roman Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Federation in signing the Joint Declaration on Justification, reports Catholic News Service.