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August 2018

Faithful Innovation in Practice

You might think that during the summer things would slow down at Luther Seminary. But summer is busy, filled with Lifelong Learning events, intensive courses, and students engaged in supervised clinical ministry and academic planning.

This summer has been far busier than normal because some of the most exciting developments in recent memory have happened in just the past few months.

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Your Gifts at Work

In a few weeks, new students will begin their first semester at Luther Seminary. Before classes resume and as our graduates begin to answer their calls, we want to say, "Thank you!" Your support of the Sustaining Fund makes it possible for Luther Seminary to put forth innovative pastors and church leaders ready to answer God’s call.

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Luther Seminary receives $21.4 million commitment to pilot an accelerated Master of Divinity program

Luther Seminary has received the largest single donation in its history: a $21.4 million commitment to pilot an accelerated Master of Divinity program called MDivX.

MDivX, which covers tuition and some living expenses for students, will launch in fall 2019. It enables students to complete their degrees more quickly while ensuring that they take on no new personal debt.

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Book Recommendation

"They Don't Come with Instructions: Cries, Wisdom, and Hope for Parenting Children with Developmental Challenges" is new this month from Luther Seminary adjunct instructor Hollie Holt-Woehl. This book is part of the Fortress Press series “Living with Hope.”

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