Tag Archive | "refugees"

St. Lukaskirche Dedication

Wednesday, July 4, 2018


The transformation of St. Lukaskirche in Leipzig, Germany from a worn out structure to an amazingly beautiful and historically restored building also exemplifies the congregation within. The beauty of the church pales in comparison to the beauty of the Gospel that is proclaimed inside and the seeds that its members have planted in a community […]

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 […]

Prepare the Way for the Lord: Christmas in a Refugee Camp in Leipzig

Monday, January 4, 2016

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But I was absolutely frustrated when all these kids were moved to smaller towns around Saxony just three days before our party. What to do? There was no going back as the 250 presents were all ready and packed in our home!...In a situation like this, we have no option but to wait for God to act on our behalf. And so it was.

Homeless Pray for the Homeless

Saturday, October 11, 2014


Rev. Hugo Gevers shares about an important presentation and time of prayer in Lukaskirche for refugees.


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