Great Stuff Found on the Web — Partners in the Gospel: Rev. Seltz and LCMS President Harrison Meet Face-to-Face
Found on Witness, Mercy, Life Together blog; this video is well worth a listen.
Partners in the Gospel
Rev. Seltz and LCMS President Harrison Meet Face-to-Face
The President of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and the Speaker of The Lutheran Hour radio program are two of the most influential positions throughout the Christian world. The two new men who have moved into these positions within the past year, Rev. Matthew Harrison and Rev. Greg Seltz, got together at the world headquarters of Lutheran Hour Ministries in early March to welcome each other to their new positions, share stories about their ministries, and discuss some of the challenges facing the church today.
Special thanks to the Lutheran Hour Ministries staff for getting us a link to this video so quickly. The original LHM interview can be found here.
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