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April 2016

Christ is risen indeed!

Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! This Easter proclamation may be a lifelong, familiar refrain for most of us--which becomes an automatic response during the Easter season. I wonder what it sounds like to those who have not heard this news or to those for whom this does not seem like news at all.

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Your gifts go further with the Make it Happen Challenge

Equipping church leaders for God's world is the heart of Luther Seminary's mission, and your partnership keeps that mission strong. The Make it Happen Challenge makes this a great time to support students who are eager to follow God’s call.

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Working Preacher expands to reach everyday Christians

Working Preacher, a free online resource provided by Luther Seminary, is now offering content to expand its audience beyond preachers. The site recently launched a new feature called Reflect & Connect for use by everyday Christians.

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Select academic classes are now available to lifelong learners

Lifelong Learning students now have the opportunity to sign up for academic classes at Luther Seminary!

Luther Seminary's KAIROS continuing education courses offer a wealth of learning opportunities designed for clergy and church leaders of all denominations.

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Scholarship Weekend celebrates future leaders

In February, 53 students participated in Luther Seminary's Scholarship Weekend. In total, $590,030 in scholarships were given.

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Stewardship Speaker Series

Plan to join Luther Seminary’s Center for Stewardship Leaders for a unique speaker series designed to inspire and inform stewardship leaders practicing ...

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Ensure the future of Working Preacher

Working Preacher’s audience continues to grow. That trend will only continue as the site is expanding its audience to include everyday Christians. ...

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Rethinking Sunday Morning

Please join us July 27-29 for Rethinking Sunday Morning!

For many, it's already happening. Whether Sunday morning finds them seated at work or at a coffee ...

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Register for the 2016 Festival of Homiletics

Registration for the 2016 Festival of Homiletics is now open! The Festival will take place in downtown Atlanta from May 16-20.

This year’s theme ...

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Join us for the Fretheim Lecture

On April 19, Dennis Olson, who serves as the Charles Haley Professor of Old Testament Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, will present the Fretheim ...

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D.Min. Alums minister to immigrant populations in the Twin Cities

As today’s church continues to evolve, the faith communities that Luther Seminary alumni serve include a number of immigrant populations that have ...

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Book Recommendation

This month, the bookstore recommends, "From Feminist Theology to Indecent Theology: Readings on Poverty, Sexual Identity and God" by Marcella Althaus-Reid. ...

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