Safe Arrival at Prague

My wife and I arrived safely in Prague this morning.  I’m looking forward to teaching at the local congregation Sun AM, and then speaking at the annual lectureship at Kamenice Mon-Fri. It is good to be with Mike Morrow for this effort.

This afternoon Linda and I had the occasion to do some walking in and around the historic square in Prague.  There is a monument to the reformer John Huss, a Czech priest, philosopher and religious reformer.

John Huss. Prague. Photo ©Leon Mauldin.

John Huss was burned at the stake for his faith on July 6, 1415.  He continues to be held in high esteem by the Czechs.

From the Charles Bridge over the Vltava River you have a view of the Czech Castle, seen at skyline of our photo.

Prague Castle. View from Vltava River. Photo ©Leon Mauldin.

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4 Responses to Safe Arrival at Prague

  1. Keith B. Isbell says:

    Thanks Leon,you and Linda are in my prayers,GOD’s blessing on both of you!

  2. Great photo of the Hus Monument and the castle. Thanks for sharing. Give my regards to the brethren attending the lectures at Kamenice.
    Ferrell

    • Leon Mauldin says:

      Thanks, bro. Jenkins, for your post. I gave your greetings to the brethren at Prague Sun., as well as to all those who are here at Kamenice for the lectureship. There were many smiles as they received your greetings.
      –Leon

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