is a chancel drama detailing the life of Katherine von Bora (Martin Luther's wife). The historical script gives an insightful look into the husband and wife relationship that helped shape the writings of the founder of the Lutheran church. Originally written to celebrate the 500th anniversary of von Bora's birth, this easy-to-stage presentation calls for a cast of three: Katherine von Bora (Katie Luther), Martin Luther, and a narrator. Here is a preacher who has found his voice -- creative, imaginative, distinctively his own. Yet that voice is offered as an instrument of the gospel.
Dr. Herman G. Stuempfle Jr.
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg James G. Cobb
is Associate Dean for Admissions and Church Relations for the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of the College of William and Mary (B.A.) and Lutheran Theological Seminary (M.Div. and D.Min.). Pastor Cobb has served parishes in Norfolk, Virginia; Annapolis, Maryland; Fredericksburg, Virginia; and Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is a past member of the Church Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (1987-95), and has also been a synod assembly chaplain, Lutheran World Federation delegate, and an overseas ELCA ecumenical visitation team member. Cobb contributed to and edited Rooted in Remembering
, co-authored The Visit of Nicholas
, and contributed to In Sure And Certain Hope
for CSS Publishing Company.