Today on The Coffee Hour, guests remember their time with Professor Charles Froehlich, Instructor of Biblical Greek at Concordia University Chicago, who recently went to be with the Lord. Rev. Charles Henrickson, pastor of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Bonne Terre, Missouri, shares stories of Professor Froehlich in class and also gives insights into why studying biblical languages is so important to church vocations. Rev. Mark Birkholz, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church in Oaklawn, Illinois, shares some historical context of Professor Froehlich and also his experiences with Professor in classes and his one-on-one honors project. Melanie Sorenson shares her profound experiences with Professor Froehlich and his caring nature toward her and her husband. Rev. Philip Hoppe, pastor of Peace Lutheran Church in Finlayson, Minnesota, shares his memories of classes with Professor Froehlich, and Andy shares a reflection from Rev. Martin R. Noland, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in San Mateo, California. Read his obituary at nidnews.org/called-to-glory-rev-charles-donald-froehlich.
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