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David’s Harp Ambassadors

Emily Lee

EMILY LEE lives in Elmwood Park, IL, with her husband, James. She has served as organist, choir director, and music teacher in various LCMS church/school settings since earning her B. A. in Church Music and German from Valparaiso University ('11) and her M. A. in Theology from Concordia Theological Seminary--Ft. Wayne ('19). She currently serves Zion Lutheran Church in Naperville as their Music Director.

Dr. Elizabeth Grimpo

DR. ELIZABETH GRIMPO is a professor of music at Concordia University, Nebraska. She holds an undergraduate degree in music education from Concordia, Chicago, and an M.M. and D.M.A. in piano performance from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has also received instruction in piano pedagogy. She maintains an active performing schedule, and enjoys performing both solo and collaborative repertoire. In 2015, she received the student nominated Teacher of the Year award from Concordia, Nebraska. Additionally, she has a deep love for hymnody of the Church and a passion for bringing the hymns to a level that even beginners can play.


Rev. Dr. Gregory Truwe

REV. DR. GREGORY TRUWE lives in Cole Camp, MO, with his wife, Jamie, and their five children. He is Senior Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, is a Doctor of Ministry candidate at CTSFW, and plays the trombone in the Sedalia Symphony Orchestra. Along with his pastoral duties at Trinity, he founded and continues to oversee The Marriage & Family Conference, is the Executive Director for the Trinity School of Music, has written sermon studies for Concordia Pulpit Resources, and book reviews for Logia: A Journal of Lutheran Theology.

Bethany Johnson
Faith Swensen
Alex Lobo
Dr. Martin Dicke

DR. MARTIN DICKE has spent his career as a church musician in Lutheran schools and churches equipping amateur musicians to proclaim the Good News through music. Since June 2016 has been a Music Specialist with the Office of International Mission of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod serving in Papua New Guinea where he was born. Prior to that he served for 14 years as Cantor (Director of Music) at Trinity Lutheran Church, Peoria, Illinois where he helped found the Peoria Bach Festival and for 15 years as the Director of Vocal Music at Concordia Academy, St. Paul, Minnesota.