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Sermon for Advent 1 from Rev. James Krikava

Saturday, December 3, 2016


For one last reflection on the readings from the 1st Sunday of Advent, enjoy this sermon by Rev. James Krikava, Regional Director for Eurasia. Rev. Krikava preached at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Prague, Czech Republic, where the LCMS sponsors an English-language Lutheran congregation for expatriates. Sermon on the Gospel for Advent I, 2016 Grace […]

Eurasia Blog Wednesday Guest Devotion: Good News Abounds

Wednesday, November 30, 2016


This month’s guest devotion comes from Rev. Clinton Hoff, a Career Missionary serving in Prague, Czech Republic. Pastor Hoff serves the English speaking congregation in Prague, and works to plant new churches also for native Czech speakers. Pastor Hoff reflects on the Gospel reading from this past Sunday in the one-year-lectionary. –Rev. Clinton Hoff “Now […]

Rev. Clint Hoff Installed as Pastor of St. Michael’s, Prague

Tuesday, October 11, 2016


-By Elizabeth Ahlman On Sunday, October 2, 2016, Rev. Clinton Hoff was installed as the pastor of the English Language congregation at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, Prague, Czech Republic. Rev. Hoff and his family arrived in Prague in early August 2016. Since their arrival, in addition to settling in and starting Czech lessons, Rev. Hoff […]

Sermon for Ascension 2016 from Rev. James Krikava, Prague

Thursday, May 5, 2016


So, why celebrate the Ascension of our Lord? How can we not? What could keep us from such joy? The Ascension of our Lord is the answer to our every longing to be with Jesus, not only in heaven, but now, here, where we live and need His gracious presence more than anything else in life and in death.


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