August 2013

Our present blessings

As we look toward the start of a new school year, I am thankful for an abundance of God's gifts. Like the air we breathe, we have the ongoing assurance of God's grace and the gift of eternal life.

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Strong donor investment impacts emerging church leaders

Luther Seminary is committed to equipping evangelical public leaders who will serve communities all across God's world. We are overwhelmed with gratitude for the nearly 7,000 donors who came together in support of our mission during the 2013 fiscal year, which
ended June 30.

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Celebration of Biblical Preaching: Preaching at the Crossroads

Join us as we explore what it is to live and preach at the crossroads between ancient tradition and modern (and postmodern!) technology, between the local congregation and the global village and between the life-giving and eternal word and the rapidly changed and changing world.

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Honor retired faculty online

Each year at Luther Seminary, we see beloved faculty retire from their positions. We feel honored by their commitment to the church and Luther, so we've found a way to recognize them.

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Rethinking Evangelism brings leaders together

In July, church and lay leaders gathered at Luther Seminary for Rethinking Evangelism: Faithful Witness in a New Apostolic Era.

This event, sponsored by ...

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Thrivent Choice-eligible members can help Luther receive a $2,500 grant!

Are you a Thrivent member who is eligible for Choice Dollars? You can help Luther Seminary receive a $2,500 grant through Thrivent Choice, the member-advised ...

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Fall lectures welcome Martin Junge and Philip Jenkins

This fall, we are pleased to host two interesting and inspiring lectures, the Word & World Lecture on Sept. 11 and the Andrew S. Burgess Lecture in Global ...

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Bookstore Recommendation

This month, the Bookstore recommends, "Wide Welcome: How the Unsettling Presence of Newcomers Can Save the Church" by Jessicah Krey Duckworth. This book ...

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