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LHM is a Christian outreach ministry that provides The Lutheran Hour radio program, daily devotions, help topics and booklets, evangelism training, outreach resources for churches, Bible correspondence courses, international ministries, volunteer trips and service projects.
Lutheran Hour Ministries offers equipping resources to help you reach out with the love and Good News of Jesus Christ in your everyday lives. These online courses and webinars will cover five faith-strengthening categories and use an array of multimedia elements to help you gain a hearing for the Gospel message.
Using Bridge technology combined with learning science, Larry H. Miller Group employees were able to increase their retention of information over time. The final assessment revealed that the Bridge Retain users remembered 210% more information than the control group.
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Event honors company founder’s commitment to community. SALT LAKE CITY – Nearly 2,000 employees of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies (LHM Group) will volunteer in communities across the state of Utah on Tuesday, April 26 during the Larry H. Miller Day of Service, an annual event that honors company founder, the late Larry H. Miller, on his birthday.
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