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Gottesblog

A blog of the Evangelical Lutheran Liturgy

On the Move

Reformation 2017

Dear friends of the Lutheran Liturgy,

 I’m pleased to tell you that Gottesdienst is on the move.

Recently we rebuilt our web site (as you can see), so that everything we offer can be found under one umbrella: the blog, subscription information, sermons, and the video (Have you seen the video?). Check it all out, if you haven’t done so.

While you’re at it, please take a look at the “Discover” tab on the navigation bar, and find “Connect with us!”  There, if you have not already done so, you could send us your email if you are willing. This will help us make communicating with you easier and cheaper. 

Because, yes, there are costs involved, naturally. So many of you have been generously supporting us with donations, and we are thankful for that: to Almighty God who has blessed us through your generosity, and to you, for your own willingness.

To donate, you will find another tab under "Discover" that allows you to do so. Donations of $50 or more get a free DVD or any item available at our store. Donations of $200 or more get a lifetime subscription and a free DVD or any item available at our store

Our 100th issue is about to go to print, a milestone. We have been doing this for 25 years, and pray that the grace of God will bless the works of our hands for still many more years to come.

We keep unabashedly asking for help because, as you may be aware, a tremendous result of your willing donations has been the ability to keep the actual cost of subscriptions low. We haven’t raised prices in over a decade, and would like to keep prices down. The more we can take in, the more we can concentrate on promoting the Lutheran liturgy with vigor, in print, in video, and online. We believe we have made an impact, and we are convinced that a big part of the reason for it is the support we have received.

Please remember the church, her liturgy, and Gottesdienst your prayers. We pray, meanwhile, that the Lord of the Church would guide you, guard you, and keep you in all your ways.

Most sincerely in him,

+ Burnell F. Eckardt Jr.

Editor-in-chief