There is no inscription on the grave because it is "obvious that no one but Wagner could be buried there."
The people were surprised at first. They thought that we were just another college choir. To quote the mayor, "We didn't know you would be good!" The people wouldn't stop clapping, and their faces could not have been lit any brighter. They joined in making animal noises on Old Joe Clark, and prayed when we sang The Lords Prayer. In our devotions we have talked about letting the Holy Spirit work through us to reach people. I would say that this evening, the Spirit worked even more strongly through those people to reach us. I don't think any of us expected a night that we wouldn't forget in the small village of Weissenbrunn, but it was something to behold, and our prayers will be with those people in that place, that they may continue to be a blessing to all those around them. We also have a lifetime invitation to return again someday, and I hope that a strong connection is built between Concordia and this village. God works in wondrous ways, and this was truly a once in a lifetime experience, one that I cannot put in words for you to imagine.
We continue on our tour with renewed energy and a cheerful spirit, that we may continue to spread the message of Christ's Love through music.
-Joshua Weishaar (Sophomore, Bass II)
I have been taking a lot of large panoramic photos, if you would care to see any of the wonderful places we been including some of the churches and tours, I Probably have at least 1 panoramic of the scenery on this website. http://gigapan.com/gigapans/130042