Scotty’s great mission support

‘The dog is the most faithful of animals and would be much esteemed were it not so common. Our Lord God has made His greatest gifts the commonest.’ This quote is often attributed to Martin Luther. When a dog named Scotty forgets his manners inside the house, his behaviour is graciously forgiven as his faithfulness […]

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PNG gives thanks for Greg Schiller

It was indeed a thanksgiving service. The seminary community with some partners from the surrounding community’s and guests celebrated God’s goodness and faithfulness upon a life committed to the proclamation of the gospel message of our Lord Jesus Christ and the strengthening of Christian faith and the development of the Lutheran church in PNG. The […]

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Ties to ‘silver years’ hold strong

Memories and connections to warm, distant places drew almost 90 people to the fourth annual Fritzsche Oration, held at Australian Lutheran College in Adelaide on a wet and cold August evening. In his welcoming remarks, Principal James Winderlich asked audience members to indicate how many had served in Papua New Guinea, and how many had […]

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A fruitful beginning

Seven years after his first visit, Michael (also known as Mick) Hauser will soon return to the coastal city of Lae, in Papua New Guinea. His return will complete one cycle of learning for Michael, just as a new one begins. In 2008 Michael was a participant in a study tour to Papua New Guinea. […]

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The more I know …

Born in Angaston, South Australia, Greg was baptised into God’s family at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Light Pass. His life was based around the family property, and he worked weekends in the vineyard. For Greg, everything centred on the small village of Light Pass and he didn’t venture much beyond it until after high school ...

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