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W(h)ither the Great Lutheran Hymns? - Triduum's Worst Hits

I don’t have a lot of time, so I’ll get right down to business here.

First, there’s Luther’s communion hymn that the “worship staff at the LCMS” (my latest favorite moniker from the LCMS website) selected for Maundy Thursday, “O Lord, We Praise Thee.” 3,127 more words


Ted Talks - "District 18” (Final 2018 LSB Contest Wrap-up)

Another building contest hosted by the LEGO Speederbikes group on Flickr has come and gone, and the winners are now posted.  It’s the second time that I’ve been involved with hosting the contest, and from my perspective it was another successful year.  2,165 more words

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W(h)ither the Great Lutheran Hymns? - "Jesus, Priceless Treasure"

So, the chief hymn for Laetare is “Jesus, Priceless Treasure” by Johann Franck. It’s a wonderful hymn. You can read the text here. I don’t need to do a side by side comparison of this one because…you know what? 558 more words


2018 LSB Contest: Week 4 Wrap Up

With only 4 days remaining in the 2018 LSB contest the action is heating up and the big guns are starting to fire.  At the time of this posting there are 151 entries (more than double the total from last week) which are still pretty evenly split between the big 3 categories.  1,160 more words

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2018 LSB Contest: Week 3 Wrap Up

The annual Lego Speeder Bike (LSB) contest has rounded the final turn and is staring down the final straightaway to the March 5th deadline.  As many constant readers know, I’m all about the numbers and week 3 of the showdown saw another impressive jump in total entries to 69 across all categories.  1,367 more words

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W(h)ither the Great Lutheran Hymns? - "Speak, O Lord, Thy Servant Heareth"

Even if the first time I encounter a Lutheran hymn is in its LSB version, I can somehow still tell that something is off. This isn’t too surprising, as most of us have this experience time to time when we read poetry. 444 more words