Are you single? Are you married? No matter your answer, it’s worth tuning in, as special guest Deaconess Kim Bueltmann joins us to talk about singleness.
Is being single more than just a relationship status? If so, how does being single put one in a unique position to serve others in different ways? What are the struggles that singlehood may bring, and what are the blessings? How can married people serve single people? And then, how can single people honor marriage? DK (as host Steph Neugebauer refers to her throughout the show) will answer all of these questions in a single episode!
Bio: Deaconess Kim Bueltmann is an LCMS missionary in Germany. She assists congregations in Leipzig and Chemnitz in providing outreach to refugees, primarily from Iran and Afghanistan. Kim is actively involved in worship planning and leading music for worship in the Persian (Farsi) language and works closely with Persian musicians in the congregations to develop more hymns and liturgy in their language. In addition, she offers diaconal support and teaches the Bible and Catechism to refugees, as well as socioeconomically disadvantaged Germans.
Not all the views expressed are necessarily those of the LCMS; please discuss any questions with your pastor.
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