• April 17, 2014

Japanese Tsunami

Diane Smith, member of Incarnation Lutheran Church, greets Shinji Nagashima in Columbia, S.C. Nagashima and his son, Keiichiro Nagashima, pictured in background, are visiting South Carolina Lutheran churches to thank them for their support during the tsunami.

The Lutheran churches of S.C. contributed more than $104,000 to the relief efforts.

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