EPC Chaplain’s Workshop kicks off GA week’s activities


Renowned first-person narrative presenter Dick Stenbakken of www.biblefaces.com tells participants at the 2017 Chaplains Workshop the story of Henry Gerecke, U.S. Army chaplain assigned to minister to the German High Command—21 Nazis leaders awaiting trial at Nuremburg following World War II, including Hermann Goering and Albert Speer.

“What do you do when God opens doors you didn’t even know existed?” Stenbakken said while portraying Gerecke telling his life story two weeks after the trial and subsequent executions of his parishioners. “Ministry is where we find it, and ministry is where we are found.”


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