Tag: Augsburg Germany

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It’s Epiphany in Augsburg and that means …well, this year it means that the MEHR Conference hosted by the Augsburg House of Prayer will be filling the Augsburg Convention Center with 12,000 Catholics, Evangelicals, Eastern Orthodox and Messianic Jews who gather for four days of corporate worship and prayer. For those who are unfamiliar with […]

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Impromptu Ricochet Meet-Up in Augsburg

 

For about two years, Dave Deeble and I have been trying to make arrangements to meet face-to-face since we both live in Germany, he in Herne and I in Diedorf (near Augsburg). Well, Friday, he contacted me while he, Sabine, Lukas, and Lucy were on their way back from skiing in Austria and suggested we meet.

On consulting our respective schedules, we found it worked out for us to meet at the Augsburg Gebetshaus Saturday morning. (The name means “House of Prayer” and it is a place which interested German-speaking readers can find out about here.) We met and I have to thank the good man and his gracious bride Sabine for taking the time to stop in.

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This week Christians from all over Europe and the UK (and even some from the USA) will be meeting in the Augsburg Exhibition Centre for the 10th annual MEHR (“More”) Conference hosted by the Augsburg House of Prayer (for a general description from the source,  see http://mehr.gebetshaus.org/en/). It’s the largest regular prayer and worship meeting of […]

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Just as we were adjusting our general alertness levels to deal with the fact that the man who killed 12 people with a heavy lorry in Berlin this week is still at large, we have this remembrance of things past come to the surface here in Augsburg: http://www.augsburger-allgemeine.de/augsburg/Wohnblockknacker-Die-groesste-Bombe-die-bislang-gefunden-wurde-id40032917.html Preview Open

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