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Epiphany is the season of mission: from stories of wise men from the East to miracles of healing; from mountaintop experiences to water turned into wine at a wedding in Cana. Epiphany is about mission.
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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.
Diana Butler Bass and Andrew Root will engage conversations around articulating the gospel message in a time of change at Luther Seminary's Feb. 1-3 Mid-Winter Convocation.
During his senior year of seminary, the Rev. Brent Campbell, '87, received a word of advice from Alvin Rogness, former president of Luther Seminary: "One ...
Region 9 of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary Council on Stewardship Education have published a ...
Place your order now for the 2012 Lenten devotional, "Water Marks."
You can order a complimentary copy for yourself or a friend, or you can share the devotional ...
"Monkey Business:" That's what Martin Luther called the rite of confirmation. And the numbers of young people that the church is losing after, and possibly ...
Paul Westermeyer, professor of church music, recommends Christopher Page's "The Christian West and Its Singers: The First Thousand Years." He calls it "a ...
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