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God the Father, Son and Spirit

God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit

Author: Wilson Niwagila; Translator: Howard S. Olson
Tune: MUNGU BABA (32113)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Wilson Niwagila

Wilson Niwagila was born in Bukoba, Tanzania, and later studied theology in Tanzania, the United States, and Germany. He became a Lutheran parish pastor in several congregations in Tanzania and Germany. In Tanzania, he was the Lutheran secretary for Christian Education, the director of the Evangelical Academy, and provost of Makumira University College. He resided in Germany for a period as the Executive Secretary for Evangelism of the United Evangelical Mission for Germany, Asia, and Africa. Upon his return to Tanzania, he served as a member of the Task-Force for the establishment of the Bishop Josiah Kibira University College of the Tumaini University in the Kagera Region-Tanzania. --Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania  Go to person page >

Translator: Howard S. Olson

(no biographical information available about Howard S. Olson.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit
Title: God the Father, Son and Spirit
Author: Wilson Niwagila
Translator: Howard S. Olson
Refrain First Line: This caring God wants us as beloved children
Copyright: English text copyright © 1977 Augsburg Publishing House.

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