Dear Friends, Shortly after we arrived back in the Eifel... 
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October 2015
Students from Steinfeld Gymnasium (high school) at the Jewish cemetery in Gemünd.

Steinfeld Monastery

Shortly after we arrived back in the Eifel, grateful for a safe, uneventful journey, we met with a group of students from Steinfeld Gymnasium (high school) which is set in the Steinfeld Monastery.

Goodbye Kurt

They were on a “Peace Walk” and listened to Hanna reading from Chapter 5 of Meine Krone in der Asche (A Garland for Ashes), the paragraph titled “Goodbye Kurt.” Kurt was Hanna’s childhood friend who died in Auschwitz, and whose name is recorded on one of the stones in the cemetery.

New Website

While we are here in the Eifel work continues on the new website We stay in close contact with Cheri in Arizona who delights us with her creative skills. Take a peek and click here for the website.


On October 21 we travel to Rome for this year’s gathering of participants in the Wittenberg 2017 initiative. Afterwards we will spend a few days with Hans-Peter and Verena Lang, friends from Austria, in the Abruzzi region of Italy, fulfilling one of Hanna’s dreams. She was last there in 1963 when the poor, hilly, old villages of this region welcomed an international team of young evangelists, driving old trucks up stony, narrow roads, knocking on doors, offering books and using limited Italian phrases.

Prayer for Direction

Our dear Sister Kleopha, who retired from the Phoenix base of the Sisters of Mary and now lives in the mother house in Darmstadt, Germany, has invited us to visit. Also Markus and Nicole, whom we met at the Bonn March of Life, have invited us to visit them and their church in Tübingen. We are asking the Lord for his plans.

Tamara, a young mother, attended the book reading in the gemütlich (cozy), local Dahlem cafe last spring. After reading Meine Krone in der Asche she wrote an email to us, giving a personal and insightful review, asking about the possibility of a book reading in the Kloster Arenberg (convent) in Koblenz. We agreed and received an invitation to visit the Kloster to discuss a book reading next spring. What does the Lord have in this? Koblenz is the city where Hanna’s aunts—Johanna, Dora and Elizabeth—lived before their deportation. Some of the elderly nuns still remember that dark period of history in Koblenz. We will visit Kloster Arenberg this weekend. 

Thankful to the Lord and to you, our dear partners in prayer.

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