Gottes Wort

Travel through Germany with us as we four Canadians share the Good News of Jesus Christ. Check out our website Gottes Wort für heute ( It provides Devotions, Bible Studies, short Audio sermons, Q & A, and a variety of help in the German. Can't speak German? Use "Google Translate".

Friday, August 24, 2012


Love the teaching we've received at Victory about looking for opportunities.

Many times we can pray that God would open doors for us to minister, but before we know it, it's bedtime. BUT,  when we actually look, we find that He really does bring those opportunities.

Yesterday we were ministering at a home where the people were being oppressed by demonic activity, when a relative walked in. She suffered terribly from arthritis. An opportunity! Andy shared his testimony of salvation and the following healing from arthritis. She interjected, "I want that, too!" An opportunity! Unplanned. Taken.

Still a couple of days to take more opportunites, then Sunday Andy's preaching at the Arche in Niebüll. Then it's off to the southern part of Germany for the last part of our trip.

Blessings to you all!

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Perfect Day

What a perfect sunny summer day for water baptism. Looking forward to being able to minister to on-lookers at the same time!

Tomorrow, attending the Arche church in Niebüll that's having an open-air meeting in a park with water baptisms as well.

Spent the last couple of days with one-on-ones. Relationship building. Gospel sharing. Word teaching.

Just normal Kingdom living . . .

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Baptism Time

We’re always amazed at how busy the days and evenings are. The time seems to fly!

Fitting into the culture of the people one ministers to is often an interesting thing. Here, many times it means, “We’d like to talk; come by for dinner.” And so it is. BBQ and talk. Eat and talk. Then, walk and talk. Then come results!

And so, we’re looking forward to the first water baptism of this trip. How blessed we were to hear, last night, that the spouse of the person who wants to be baptized also wants to be baptized! So it starts. Multiplication!

For many, infant baptism is the entrance into “Christianity”. One is baptized as an infant, confirmed, pays the state church taxes (taken right off the pay), and is therefore assured a Christian burial and entrance into heaven! It was no surprise when we were told by Germans, on our first trip, that we needed to go to Africa and minister, because everyone in Germany is a Christian!

However, when the reality of God is preached, and that a personal relationship through accepting Christ is required, and that that is the only way into an eternal life with Him, then questions start being asked. Thankfully when the Word is preached, God confirms His Word with signs and wonders. With so much sickness and oppression around us, it is inevitable that someone needs prayer for healing. Seeing the power of God at work is always an amazing thing. Praise the Lord for His faithfulness!

The Ethiopian eunuch said, “See, here is water, what hinders me to be baptized?” Philip answered, “If you believe with all your heart, you may, ” (Acts 8:36) Likewise, when the people here see that God is really real, that He loves them, and that they need to make a heartfelt decision to invite Christ into their lives, it is with joy that we hear a question similar to the one the eunuch asked. PTL!

Well, it’s Wednesday morning and soon it’s off to another lunch meeting! Looking forward to more good news from the Good News that will be shared.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Together Again!

For the past week, Andy (Wolfgang) and Gerhild were visiting their son and daughter-in-law in Exeter, England. A time of refreshing and reconnecting. On Sunday, worshiped at  a lively church on the River Exe  -- almost like being at home! Encountered God’s amazing “connections” that only He can bring about.

During that time, Detlef and Heidi were with their family (their children and grandchildren having come from Canada as well) celebrating their Sippenfest (family reunion of over 350 Möllgaards from around the world), in the northern part of Germany. On Sunday, Detlef and Heidi jointly preached the Word at the Arche Church in Niebüll. Topic? Kindgom Living! Their son, Peter, ministered in music. God always confirms His Word with signs following (Mark 16:20) and this Sunday was no exception!

When we finally met up together in Sterdebüll, where we’ve rented apartments for the next month, we had a chance to share with each other the amazing things God has done. Detlef and Heidi shared how the Lord started the work with the landlord’s salvation. From there on, things have just been advancing! We are expectant of many, many more salvations and miracles, all for the glory of God.

Our calendar’s filling up with “get-togethers” and visitations, taking every opportunity where God leads. We’ll keep you up-to-date with what’s taking place.

Continuing to walk in the Kingdom,
Blessings to you all!

Acts 28:31, “Preaching the kingdom of God, and teaching those things which concern the Lord Jesus Christ, with all confidence . . .