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Gary Simpson was named associate professor of systematic theology at Luther Seminary in 1990 and professor of systematic theology in 1998. Earlier, he served as a Lutheran pastor for 14 years. Simpson was pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Alameda, Calif., (1976-1983) and Protestant chaplain of Highland-Alameda County Hospital in Oakland, Calif., (1976 to 1978). Subsequently, he was minister of education
"What is needed is a congregational, missional imagination.”
Gary Simpson wants students to understand that the context of their public ministry is a living congregation.
"As congregational leaders, they have a unique opportunity to contribute to the Christian faith and its nurture, to its outreach and its spread, as well as to its depth," says Simpson, who spent 14 years as a pastor
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