Gerald Perschbacher

Editor at Lutheran Hour Ministries

660 Mason Ridge Center Dr., St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Lutheran Hour Ministries
HQ Phone:
(800) 944-3450
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Last Updated 7/28/2017

General Information

Employment History

Editor  - LLL

Community Relations Counselor  - St. John


bachelor's degree  - education and religion , Concordia Teachers College

master's degree  - religion , Concordia Seminary


Board Member  - German American Heritage Society

Chief Judge  - Golden Quill Award

Editor  - International Lutheran Laymen's League

Web References  

Blacktie | Captured Events | September 25, 2010 German American Heritage Society of Saint Louis' "A Taste of Germany"

Speaker: Lansing Hecker, President's Report; Gerald Perschbacher, editor, The Lutheran Layman
Sharmon and Gerry Perschbacher, honoree, with Joan and Lansing Hecker Sharmon and Gerry Perschbacher, honoree, with Joan and Lansing Hecker Perschbacher with the 2010 Carl Schurz Heritage Award, Friday, September 24, 2010 at its annual "A Taste of Germany" Benefit Dinner and Auction, held at Sunset Country Club, Sunset Hills Professionally the editor of The Lutheran Layman, an international publication sent to more than 30 countries, Perschbacher has served on the staff of the International Lutheran Laymen's League since 1979. e estimates well over 10,000 of his articles have been published. This e-publication supports a like-minded organization, which Perschbacher, as its first Group Leader, has helped grow from three participants to more than 500 households in several states plus select sites in Germany As the owner of a rare 1924 Moon touring car, Perschbacher also has a passion for antique automobiles and has participated for more than three decades in leadership roles for several antique car clubs.

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Monroe County Independent

Author and historian Gerald Perschbacher will share his insights on his historical and genealogical research from his visits to Germany.
Perschbacher has written 15 book and more than 10,000 articles published on a variety of subjects, including history and religion. He is employed as the newspaper editor of the Lutheran Layman.

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International Lutheran Laymens League - Eastern District - Forms

Gerald Perschbacher, Editor, "The Lutheran Layman" Since September 1986, Gerald Perschbacher has served as editor of "The Lutheran Layman," a publication for the members and contributors of the International Lutheran Laymen's League (Int'l LLL) and Lutheran Hour Ministries.Joining the staff of Lutheran Hour Ministries in March 1979, Perschbacher has also fulfilled the duties of mail counselor and assistant editor of "The Lutheran Layman." As editor, Perschbacher manages the writing, editing, assembly and production of "The Lutheran Layman" newspaper.In addition, he is responsible for Lutheran Hour Ministries' Research Center Archives and special publications.Perschbacher oversees the preservation and public display of historical documents and audio-visual material of the Int'l LLL and its outreach service, Lutheran Hour Ministries.The organization now houses one of the largest Christian mass media reference centers and archives in North America. Prior to joining Lutheran Hour Ministries, Perschbacher worked in St. Louis, Mo., as a community relations counselor (1978) for St. John's Mercy Medical Center, and a teacher (1975-1976) at Central City Lutheran School.Perschbacher has been a freelance writer for The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and a variety of other publishers for more than 20 years.He has written eleven books, including curriculum material, devotional and Bible study materials, and books relating to the history of the automobile in America. Perschbacher received a master's degree in religion from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., and a bachelor's degree in education and religion from Concordia Teachers College, River Forrest, Ill.

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