As we try to build a home away from home at Luther Seminary for students preparing to become Christian leaders, our goal finally is to prepare these leaders for movement into their call to mission.
Bob and Lila Olson have been supporting Luther Seminary for over 23 years, and enjoy a unique blessing: They see the ripple effect their giving has had on the church.
Teaching and preaching the story is the great challenge for this generation of preachers. On Oct. 1-3, the Celebration of Biblical Preaching will help today's pastors and lay people meet that challenge.
Are you a church leader who sees potential gifts for ministry in others around you? Tell those people about Dokimazo!
As Christians living in the 21st century, we are truly on a road to Emmaus. Change is all around us. Much of it is upending all that we have known and held ...
Voices will join together this fall to celebrate the Reformation on the Luther Seminary campus.
On Sunday, Oct. 28, the seminary will host Singing the ...
It isn't very often that a book can change the church. Yes, ideas can shape lives, even change practices. But when was the last time a book changed your ...
Cultivating faith alongside those in the first third of life is a challenge. On Nov. 26-27, Luther Seminary will host a dialogue called "Why Can't My Church ...
The hallmark of a good leader is the ability to inspire leadership in others. Lay leader Carolyn Jewett and Pastor Steve Jerbi of All Peoples Lutheran Church ...
As a member of the Seminary Stewardship Alliance Luther Seminary will send Michael DeLashmutt, associate dean for first theological degree programs, to ...
The Luther Seminary bookstore recommends "Hoping for More: Having Cancer, Talking Faith, and Accepting Grace" by Deanna A. Thompson. It is "a novel approach ...
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