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Life and death in another week at LTS

Last night student of Lutheran theology Immanuel Ennosa Ataroba from Sudan received the sad news that his brother, who had been suffering from illness for the past three year, had been called home by our God the Lord over life … Continue reading

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Hear us, Father, when we pray… (LSB 773)

During morning devotions in the chapel of St. Timothy at LTS (Pretoria, South Africa) the student of theology Paul Baibai from Sudan chose the following hymn to be included in the second responsive prayer (LSB 285). The lovely melody of … Continue reading

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Pyramids by the Nile. Egypt? No, Sudan.

Africa is a wonderful place. Especially in such far-off places like Sudan. Just read this article in the “New York Times” on travelling down the Nile and through the vast expanses of the Sudan – the truly African heartland (Something … Continue reading

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