Kramer to Diaz

The very first president of the Texas District of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod was Rev. A.W. Kramer. Just recently, I met his great-granddaughter! Pastor Kramer began his ministry in Texas as a church planter, taking over mission development in Coryell City in 1890 and starting the congregation in Copperas Cove.

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See the Church!

Did you know that Texas District reflects a new church demographic for the twenty-first century? While general statistics in the LCMS show a declining, aging, mono-cultural church body, God’s mission in the Texas District is forming and shaping a church body that looks much different. What does the LCMS look

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So That All May Know His Name

While attending the Texas District Theological Convocation earlier this May, I had the pleasure to be introduced to a gentleman whose spirit for mission work and reaching the lost was contagious! The interesting thing about this gentleman was the work he does in ministry—reaching deaf people with the love of

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