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The Centennial Moment of 2006

Wednesday 27 January 2016 at 5:17 pm.

At the Centennial Convention of the Texas District of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod in 2006, David Goeke and Ron Lammert set up a mini museum of Texas Lutheran History.

As a part of the mini museum an interview was conducted and recorded on podcast by John Goeke, David's older brother. Click on the link to view and hear the interview. https://youtu.be/eHLI3CdjfYo

In addition, David wrote 32 vignettes which were called "Centennial Moments." These vignettes were printed and put into bulletins...and which were ultimately placed on the District website. Here's the link: http://100.txdistlcms.org/moments.html

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