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Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF) is a unique ministry-through-investment organization that offers Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod members the opportunity to invest their money, earn interest, and help build LCMS churches and schools at the same time.

LCEF - Central Region serves Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod organizations and members in Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Learn more about LCEF at lcef.org.

 

Introducing the new Y.I. Club

Lutheran Church Extension Fund’s (LCEF) stewardship and investing program for young people is changing from the Kids Into Discipleship and Stewardship (K.I.D.S.) Stamp Program to the Young Investors (Y.I.) Club, which will include a Y.I. Stamp Program. The concept remains the same: teaching our children to share God’s blessings with others while managing His gifts to them. As of Sept. 1, 2013, K.I.D.S. Stamps become Y.I. Stamps, with new opportunities to learn and share!  

Sharing the principles of good stewardship with your children is important. As stewards, we are responsible to God for all we are and have, including our financial resources. Being a good steward involves sharing, saving and spending money. With LCEF's Young Investors (Y.I.) Club, you will help your child save for the future and empower ministry.

Learn more at lcef.org