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Christ the King Lutheran Church of Nigeria, 1987 - 1993

 Series
Identifier: S014.00001.00003
This series consists of records relating to Christ the King Lutheran Church of Nigeria (CKLCN), a church body in fellowship with the WELS to whom the CME ministered. The following materials are grouped in this series: 1) Correspondence between World Mission Counselor John Kurth, the pastors and presidents of CKLCN, and the CME. This correspondence is arranged in chronological order. 2) Records provided by Missionaries Larry Schlomer and Professor Harold Johne, who both served temporary calls as professors at the seminary of the CKLCN. Missionary Schlomer served in Nigeria from 1990-1993, while Professor Johne served from 1992-1993. Professor Johne’s time as chairman of the CME ended when he accepted this temporary call to Nigeria. 3) Call documents for Professor Roger Sprain, who received two different calls to Nigeria in 1991, and for Professor Johne, who accepted his call in 1992. 4) A small collection of research materials on Nigeria. Folders in this series are:

26--Nigeria Correspondence and Records December 1989 – June 1990

27--Nigeria Correspondence and Records July – December 1990

28--Nigeria Correspondence and Records January – December 1991

29--Nigeria Correspondence and Records January – May 1992

30--Nigeria Records from Missionary Larry Schlomer – 1990

31--Nigeria Records from Missionary Larry Schlomer – 1991

32--Nigeria Records from Missionary Larry Schlomer – 1992

33--Nigeria Journal Written by Mrs. Marlene Schlomer August – October 1991

34--Nigeria Records from Professor Harold Johne October 1992 – July 1993

35--Nigeria Call Documents (Professor Roger Sprain – 1991)

36--Nigeria Call Documents (Professor Harold Johne – 1992)

37--Nigeria Research Materials

Dates

  • 1987 - 1993

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Extent

12 File Folder : Series contains 12 file folders numbered 000026-000037.