Graduate Preaching Fellowship
About the Fellowship
A fellowship for a year of overseas study will be awarded to a Luther Seminary M.Div. senior who intends to enter parish ministry and who is committed to the proclamation of the gospel for the sake of the church and God’s mission in the world. The purpose of the fellowship is to improve one’s preaching through study and experience abroad.
The Graduate Preaching Fellowship offers a unique opportunity in another culture for reflection on and greater skill in the art of preaching in preparation for parish ministry. The student should be connected to an academic institution but does not need to be enrolled for credit or work towards a degree.
The primary intent of the award is to afford the student freedom for the study of preaching and time for other experiences related to preaching and worship. The insights and experiences gained by association with other cultures will broaden one’s understanding of preaching in the whole of Christ’s Church and will contribute significantly to one’s preaching in a congregational setting.
The generous award, given by an anonymous donor, will be based on preaching skills, academic performance, the quality of the application, and the thoroughness of the proposal. The recipient of the award will be expected to submit quarterly reports to the seminary that will be passed on to the donor organization.
Completed applications should be submitted to Dr. Karoline Lewis (Campus Box Northwestern Hall) by Jan. 15.
Graduate Preaching Fellowship Application Instructions
The decision will be made by a faculty committee and the award recipient will be announced in February, prior to first call assignment.
Contact Dr. Karoline Lewis, Alvin N. Rogness Chair of Homiletics
(firstname.lastname@example.org) for questions, inquiries, or additional information.