Hello and cheerio from Poznan, Poland! Doug and I are here for a few days, visiting with the saints who are gathered here for a conference on apologetics and another conference the next day on family. On our way to Poznan we got to sight-see in Berlin and Lutherstadt Wittenberg. Our hotel in Wittenburg was right next door to Luther’s house, which is now a museum with an impressive collection of old (and I mean old) Bibles as well as first-edition copies of Luther’s tracts. It is all very new territory for us, and we’re enjoying being the foreigners in a strange land. Or is it stangers in a foreign land? Either way, we are thanking the Lord for our tour-guide, Bubu, who is the CREC pastor here in Poznan. He speaks German, Polish, and English, so we have had a very easy time of it. Berlin was interesting, Wittenberg was fascinating, and Poznan seems an entirely other world. Look at this picture of the square in the Old Town, and you’ll see what I mean. But the colors in the picture are very muted compared to what they are in broad daylight. Wish you were here!