Tag Archives: Karl Meister

St. Anthony preaches to the fishes

My father told me the story. It happend in Pella near Wartburg. Long time before I went to school there. Pastor Karl Meister was a grumpy old man, just as short as his temper. Never really got to grips with … Continue reading

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Salem Seminary 75th anniversary

This year 2016 it is seventy-five years ago that Superintendent Christoph Johannes started a seminary in Salem (Mpumalanga) to train evangelists and assistants. Due to the great war it took some time, before the following report was given about this start-up: Seminary … Continue reading

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