Monthly Archives: July 2011

A Faithful God—From Generation to Generation

The story goes in my family that my great-grandmother, Anna Schindeldecker Linkert (pictured right), sang to her mother as she was dying. According to the story, she sang the stanzas of Johann Heerman’s hymn, O Gott, du frommer Gott (O … Continue reading

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Kindle

Over a month ago I bought myself an Amazon Kindle. For those of you who haven’t seen these or heard of them, the Kindle is an electronic book-reading device. I should mention that this decision was a bit of a … Continue reading

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Worship Conference

There are no words which can adequately describe the experience of attending the WELS National Conference on Worship, Music, and the Arts. The best I could do would be to encourage you to view online the two services which were … Continue reading

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Cemetery

Let me depart this life Confiding in my Savior Do thou my soul receive That it may live forever And let my body have A quiet resting place Within a Christian grave And let it sleep in peace.

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Hymns and Children

Yesterday I heard an interesting segment of Issues, etc, on teaching hymns to children. You can listen to the segment here. This covers some of the same ground that I will be presenting in a few weeks at the WELS … Continue reading

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