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Ministry to Muslims in Germany

Sunday, December 10, 2017


The LCMS International Disaster Response Conference, “Lutherans in the Midst of Disaster,” was held September 26-28 at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Rev. Hugo Gevers, a pastor who works with Muslim refugees in Germany, spoke about “The Church’s Response to the Muslim Refugee Crisis in Germany.” He said, “The trend in Germany is that […]

Taking our breath away!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017


The glorious days of summer are almost over.  For months, blogs and Facebook posts have been filled with pictures and stories of glorious days and events.  Graduations.  Weddings.  Family Reunions.  Vacations.  Sites seen for the first time and those that take your breath away again and again.  As September rapidly approaches, it’s met with some […]

Eurasia Blog Wednesday Guest Devotion: Refreshed Hearts

Wednesday, October 26, 2016


This week’s guest devotion was written by missionary Rev. Jordan Tomesch. Rev. Tomesch, who is fluent in German, will be serving alongside LCMS sister church body in Germany, The Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church (SELK), in Hamburg. There he will work with refugees, offering proclamation, mercy, catechetical instruction and more.  Grace to you and peace from […]

Eurasia Blog Wednesday GUEST Devotion: Speaking Us to Silence

Wednesday, September 28, 2016


This month’s Eurasia Blog Wednesday Guest Devotion is written by Rev. Dr. Christopher Ahlman. Dr. Ahlman serves as a Career Missionary in Leipzig, Germany with his family. He uses sacred music to proclaim the Gospel in Leipzig and beyond, serves as a civilian pastor to American Military in Germany, and teaches Preaching and Hermeneutics at the seminary […]


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