Tag Archives: Table talk

Table talk in the Old Latin School

Sitting at my father´s table is one of my favorite memories. There was plenty of space. So that not just nine kids – with three grandmothers – enjoyed my mother´s gastronomic gifts. There was the mission secretary Hanns Gnauk, who … Continue reading

Posted in Feierabend, Gedankensplitter, Martin Luther and the Reformation, Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Table talk | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Jesus, priceless treasure…

In the mornings I read from Dobberstein´s Anthology – just two pages most days. It´s like sitting at breakfast with my father-in-law back in old Wittenberg and discussing our wonderful work and most gracious calling. Obviously, some days are more … Continue reading

Posted in Gedankensplitter, Lutheran World, Martin Luther and the Reformation, Old Latin School in Wittenberg, You comfort me + | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment