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September 2016

Bearing Witness to the Good News

Welcome to the 2016-17 academic year. It was a delight to greet our fourteen new international students as they arrived two weeks ago to get oriented to this community and the work ahead. On Sept. 6, it was a wonderful gift to gather our learning community together in the chapel and online to begin the new year.

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You can make Luther’s mission possible!

Luther Seminary's Give Day is coming soon!

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The call to ministry comes to people at different times, different places and in many different ways.

One crucial way in which many are awakened to their potential for ministry is through the encouragement of people around them who can identify the spiritual and personal gifts that would serve them well as a leader in the Christian church.

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Join us for fall Lay School Classes

Register now for 2016-2017 Lay School classes. The Lay School of Theology is a program of informal, non-credit classes taught by seminary professors for people who want to learn more about matters relating to their Christian faith and life.

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Working Preacher Presents: The Craft of Preaching

Register today for Working Preacher Presents: The Craft of Preaching, which will be held Oct. 3-5 at Luther Seminary.

Do you ever wonder what’s behind ...

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Singing the Faith welcomes Augustana University

On Sunday, Oct. 30, Luther Seminary will celebrate its annual Reformation festival, Singing the Faith. Augustana University choir, under the direction of ...

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Student support crucial to Weidenbachs

 "We became friends with many Luther Seminary students when we worked and lived nearby,” said Don and Charleen Weidenbach. “We came to ...

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His hands and feet

Rose Mary Sánchez-Guzmán continues to build understanding on Mexican border 

By Clint Riese, Correspondent

Story magazine’s 2010 ...

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Book Recommendation

In the book, “Christopraxis: A Practical Theology of the Cross,” Luther Seminary professor Andrew Root brings deeper theological concerns to ...

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