Archive | December, 2015

Eurasia Blog Wednesday GUEST Devotion: God’s Care in the New Year

Wednesday, December 30, 2015


This week’s guest devotion is from Rev. David Mahsman, LCMS Career Missionary. Rev. Mahsman oversaw the renovations of The Old Latin School and currently directs its programming and use. He welcomes groups and tourists who use the building for retreats, meetings, conferences and more. Rev. Mahsman also does some traveling in the Eurasia Region to […]

Eurasia Blog Wednesday Devotion: The Magnificat

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

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On the final Sunday in Advent, Mary’s beautiful Magnificat points us both backward and forward. Mary reminds us that God works in reversals. His salvific work creates something new, turns the world on its head, breaks all the human “rules.”

Trinity Frankfurt’s New Director of Music Helps Congregation Proclaim the Gospel through Song

Tuesday, December 22, 2015


[Music] is so very important to the ministry of Trinity. We live here in a culture where music is so highly valued that a quality music ministry is essential to the mission and outreach of this congregation. Johanna puts it this way— “Faith is important for life, the way that leads us to God… Music is everywhere. Music is a connection between people… a way to share the faith in all languages…”

Eurasia Blog Wednesday Devotion: Yahweh’s Shepherdly Might

Wednesday, December 16, 2015


However, this past Sunday reminds us that Yahweh’s might comes in other ways as well. It comes in the might of a Shepherd, who takes His strength and His mighty arms and uses them to fend off the enemy, and to lovingly carry His flock. He uses His quiet strength to lead and to guide, to bind up and rescue.


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