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Kleinig, John W. “The Worship of God and the Mission of God.” Luther Seminary. Adelaide, Australia. 1999.

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Cultural Trends and Mission

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Senkbeil, Harold L. and Woodford, Lucas V., “Mission and Ministry Mash Up.”
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Siemon-Netto, Uwe, “Where Muslim Dreams May Lead,”
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Worship and Pastoral Care –

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Senkbeil, Harold L. “Trends in Church Music: toward a theological Appraisal.” Concordia University Wisconsin. Mequon, Wisconsin. 1992. Presentation.Preaching and Pastoral Care –

Kleinig, John W. “The Blood of Jesus: sermon on Matthew 26:27-28.” Lutheran Theological Review 14 (2001-02): 84-88.

Senkbeil, Harold L. “Sermon Structure: gift model.” DOXOLOGY Spotlight on Ministry Conference. 2010. Presentation.

Woodford, Lucas V. “In Living Color: Narrative Rhetoric for a Lutheran Homiletic in the Digital Age
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