Good Shepherd supports several missions and missionaries. Please keep them in your prayers.


Braille Workers - Each month a group of Good Shepherd members help put together braille books for seeing impaired. If you're interested in helping contact Kathy Bohnet at kbohnet@gmail.com.

Dr. Sue - Dr. Sue is a linguistics consultant for Wicliffe Bible Translators. We cannot publish her full name on the internet because she sometimes works in areas that are hostile to the Christian faith. You can sign up for her newsletter by contacting jsimpson@gslcs.org.

Anthony and Jamie DiLiberto - Anthony and Jamie met while serving as missionaries in Peru. Currently Anthony is on his vicarage year in his seminary training. You can sign up for their newsletter by emailing: jendorf17@gmail.com.

People of the Book Lutheran Outreach - POBLO is an LCMS mission to Muslim people in the United States and around the world. 

Ghana Harvest - GH is a Lutheran ministry in upper east Ghana among the Kusasai people. It was begun by Pastor Nicholas Salifu in 1987. They have been supported by our Children's Bible Study. 

The Lutheran Hour - Lutheran Hour Ministries sponsors the oldest Christian radio program that reaches around the world. 

The Lutheran Church of Southern Africa - Along with the Southern Illinois District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, we are in a partnership with this church in Africa. 

Unity Lutheran School - Unity Lutheran School is located in East St. Louis and is a part of the ministry of Unity Lutheran Church and the Southern Illinois District of the LCMS.

Transfer the Blessings - TTB is a gift planning program to help Christians include special gifts to the church and other ministry and mission organizations. 

Endowment Fund - The Endowment Fund was started in 2005 to provide funds for the mission of our school (20%) and for missions outside of Good Shepherd (80%). Donating to this fund will ensure that your gift will keep giving for many years.

Bethesda Lutheran Communities - BLC orginally began as a home for people with disabilities in Watertown, Wisconsin. Since then it has grown to 





Pastor Nicholas Salifu of Ghana Harvest