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God calls us all in very different ways to serve in the world. We invite you to stop and listen for what God may be calling you to do with your life. Spend a Day in the Life of Luther Seminary, Feb. 19-20.
"This event was a great way to introduce me to Luther Seminary as I continued to grow in my call to ordained ministry," said Culynn Curtis, M.Div. middler and 2009 Day in the Life attendee. "I appreciated the honesty of the individuals who were willing to share candid responses to questions about the joys and difficulties of seminary life. While at Day in the Life, I learned that Luther Seminary was the place for me!"
Like Culynn, you'll also enjoy discovering what it is like to attend seminary and explore a wealth of Christian leadership opportunities.
This event is designed for college students. Participants will:
"Among the most important things that I learned about Luther Seminary during Day in the Life is that Luther is a community which is marked by a sense of inclusivity," said Ashley Severson, M.A. junior and 2011 attendee. "If you want to experience the way in which the life of the spirit and the life of the mind are creatively intertwined, Day in the Life will give you a wonderful glimpse."
There is no cost for campus-hosted accommodations and meals. Participants pay only their travel expenses. Campus pastors and chaplains are also welcome to attend. Come experience a Day in the Life of Luther Seminary. Visit us online for more information!
Register now for Day in the Life!
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Visit our open house events on Jan. 30 or March 19, where you will:
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