The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Everyday miracles in Slovakia

Lutheran school finds success and struggle

As Slovakia continues to slowly recover 22 years after the end of communism, the Center for Christian Education and its Lutheran Elementary School are riding wave after wave of success in Martin.

Two close friends sit together during
Two close friends sit together during children's worship.

From an inaugural class of 15 students eight years ago, the Lutheran school has grown to serve 258 children.

These results are a new development for Slovakia. In 1877, government authorities shut down a similar Bible school eight years into its service. Today center leaders welcome the opportunity to introduce Christianity to children and their families.

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