March 2015

Prepare, reflect, hope

Here we are in the middle of Lent. Lent is about preparation and reflection--which is where we are as an institution.

It's hard to do one without the other. As a seminary, we're constantly assessing how we are doing while preparing for the future.

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Luther plans Sexual Violence Awareness Week activities

Faculty, staff and students at Luther Seminary are working together to plan a number of events around Sexual Violence Awareness Week. The main event is a keynote lecture by Marie Fortune of the FaithTrust Institute on Tuesday, April 14.

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Your gifts go further with the Make it Happen Challenge

There is a great energy among the students at Luther Seminary as they bear witness to God's work in the world. These students bring a vibrancy to our community life as we gather together to worship, study, pray, learn and share what God may be stirring up among us and for the world.

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Join us for a Reformation arts tour in Germany!

Please join us for an enriching tour of the Reformation sights and sounds in Germany, Oct. 22-Nov. 2. Professional local tour guides will lead and teach us as we discover Reformation treasures in image and music as we prepare for the 500th anniversary of this world-changing event.

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Working Preacher opens fresh pathways for preachers

Those who have preached the Revised Common Lectionary know it's hard to come up with new insights on texts that they've encountered before. And it's harder still when the preacher lacks good conversation partners.

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Luther Seminary named to Seminaries That Change the World for second consecutive year

Luther Seminary is pleased to announce it has been named one of 26 Seminaries that Change the World: Class of 2015. This list is released by the Center ...

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Join us for spring Lay School classes

Registration is now open for 2014-2015 Lay School classes. The Lay School of Theology is a program of informal, non-credit classes taught by seminary professors ...

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Graduate Preaching Fellowship awarded to Janet Karvonen-Montgomery

Each year Luther Seminary presents the Graduate Preaching Fellowship to a M.Div. senior who intends to enter parish ministry and is committed to the proclamation ...

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Join the FRIENDS for 2015 spring luncheon and program

The 2015 spring luncheon is a fundraising brunch featuring inspiring speakers. This year’s featured speaker is Robyn Sand Anderson. Her presentation ...

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Celebrate Earth Day with the Rutlen Lecture on Faith and Creation

The Rutlen Lecture is a bi-annual lecture series focused on faith and creation, hosted by Luther Seminary. This year’s lecture, “Creation, Sin ...

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Iris de León-Hartshorn receives the 2015 Race, Church and Change Award

Luther Seminary is pleased to announce that the Rev. Iris de León-Hartshorn, director of transformative peacemaking for Mennonite Church USA, has ...

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Register for the 2015 Festival of Homiletics

There is still plenty of time to register for the 2015 Festival of Homiletics! The festival will take place in downtown Denver from May 11-15. You are invited ...

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Mid-Winter Convocation tackled Religious but Not Spiritual conversation

The 2015 Mid-Winter Convocation took place at Luther Seminary Jan. 28-30 and focused on the theme Religious but Not Spiritual? It was framed by lively exchanges ...

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Mysterious ways: Graduate preaching fellowship recipient feels God's hand throughout travels

Rachel Ringlaben knows that God's hand touches her life every day, often in unexpected ways. Most recently, as she lay on a surgeon's table in Guatemala, ...

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Book Recommendation

This month, the Luther Seminary Bookstore recommends, “In God’s Hands: The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2015” by Desmond ...

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