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LWF General Secretary Rev Dr. Martin Junge preaching in Nidarosdomen, the cathedral in Trondheim, Norway. Photo: Church of Norway
31 Jan
A good time to be the church
Church of Norway, Rev. Dr Martin Junge, Reformation anniversary 2017
31 Jan
LWF General Secretary Martin Junge addresses Church of Norway synod
LWF General Secretary Rev. Dr Martin Junge, seen here with delegates of the international workshop for Young Reformers, held in Wittenberg, Germany, August 2015. Photo: Marko Schoeneberg
16 Jun
A second term for LWF General Secretary Martin Junge
Rev. Dr Martin Junge, Council 2016
16 Jun
LWF Council thanks Chilean theologian for dedicated passion
LWF General Secretary Rev. Dr Martin Junge. Photo: LWF/M. Renaux
16 Jun
With deep roots in history, we reach out to God’s future
LWF General Secretary, Council 2016, Rev. Dr Martin Junge
16 Jun
General Secretary Junge’s Report to Council
Luther Garden architect Andreas Kipar, right, explains the elements of the art installation, Heavenly Cross, moments before it is unveiled. Looking on are LWF General Secretary Martin Junge, left, German President Joachim Gauck, LWF President Bishop Dr Munib A. Younan and General Secretary of the German National Committee of the LWF, Norbert Denecke, during the unveiling of the Heavenly Cross in the Luther Garden in Wittenberg, Germany. Photo: LWF/Marko Schoeneberg
15 Jun
“Heavenly Cross” inaugurated at Luther Garden
2016 LWF Council Meetings, Luther Garden, Heavenly Cross, Rev. Dr Martin Junge, Bishop Dr Munib A. Younan, German President Joachim Gauck, Reformation 2017, Council 2016, Reformation 500
15 Jun
LWF leaders and German President Gauck unveil work of art
Dadaab is the world’s largest cluster of refugee camps, with a population of more than 350,000 people. At its Kambioos camp, LWF provides dedicated areas for girls that offer activities and protection. Photo: LWF
11 May
Kenya’s decision to end refugee hosting will increase risks for thousands
Dadaab, Kakuma, Kenya, Rev. Dr Martin Junge
11 May
LWF joins call to uphold the rights of refugees
Christ of Bojayá, Colombia. Photo: LWF/Kaisamari Hintikka
24 Mar
God’s compassionate embrace
Rev. Dr Martin Junge
24 Mar
Good Friday message 2016
From Conflict to Communion describes jointly the history of the Reformation by the Lutherans and Roman Catholics. In telling the story together, they offer a powerful witness to a fragmented world, says Rev. Dr Martin Junge. Photo: LWF/S.Gallay
15 Oct
Joint ecumenical witness towards inclusion and inter-dependence
Rev. Dr Martin Junge, Lutheran-Roman Catholic relations
15 Oct
Junge’s perspective on “From Conflict to Communion” in Scherer Lecture at Chicago
The Reformation study booklets are an ideal resource to guide churches toward the 2017 anniversary. Photo: S. Gallay
15 Oct
Reformation Day 2015: invitation to reflect on theme, Liberated by God’s Grace
Reformation Day, Rev. Dr Martin Junge, Lutheranism, Reformation 2017, Reformation 500
15 Oct
LWF General Secretary’s letter urges member churches to think about what it means to be liberated by God’s grace
Refugees lie exhausted in a public place in Hungary, en route to northern European countries. Photo:MTI
4 Sep
“Duty to protect refugees is not only a moral obligation”
Refugees, Hungary, Rev. Dr Martin Junge, Bishop Younan, refugee crisis
4 Sep
LWF General Secretary encourages efforts to address current crises