Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.
"Every affliction is a birth in which a new person is born and the old one dies away." (Martin Luther)
Prince of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach
* 13th April 1977
† 9th June 2018
It is with great regret that the International Martin Luther Stiftung announces the death of Georg-Constantin Prince von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach. He was a founding member of our foundation and served on our executive board from 2007 to 2014 and on our board of trustees from 2014 until his untimely death in June 2017.
the International Martin Luther Stiftungis proud to announce that Korean translation of "In the Footsteps of Martin Luther" has now been published. Available world-wide from all good book suppliers.
Furthermore to accomplish these targets the International Marthin Luther Foundation shall adopt suitable measures as well as use and develop appropriate forms of communication to clarify the image of the unique person, achievement and theology of Martin Luther in its region (Thuringia, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt), in Germany and internationally.
The theme in 2018 was “Luther and Sweden. Protestant business ethics today” This 11th LutherConference and the awarding of the LutherRose 2018 took place in Stockholm on 20th October 2018. Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden was guest of honour at the subsequent LutherRose award ceremony. Here you can read what the Swedish Royal Court reported about the event (in Swedish).
The Danish businessman Niels Due Jensen was awarded the LutherRose 2016 for social responsibility and EntrepreneurialCourage in Copenhagen on 12th November 2016 [more]
2017 was the 10th anniversary of the setting up of our foundation and appropriately we celebrated this jubilee by holding the LutherConference and the LutherRose 2017 for social responsibility and EntrepreneurialCourage at the Wartburg Castle near Eisenach on 22nd and 23rd October 2017. The theme for the conference was “Luther and the Germans. Social responsibility and EntrepreneurialCourage in the twenty-first century”.