The Rev. Dr. Kenneth Mtata
Feb. 1, 2017
Olson Campus Center, Chapel of the Incarnation
You can view the 2016 Burgess Lecture featuring Elieshi Ayo Mungure here. The lecture was held on Feb. 2.
The Global Nature of the Reformation: Why Africa’s Contribution Matters
The Rev. Dr. Elieshi Ayo Mungure
Dr. Mungure is a graduate of Luther Seminary '07 with a Ph.D. in Pastoral Care and Counseling with a focus on Conflict Transformation in the Family. Dr. Mungure is an ordained female theologian from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (ELCT), where she served as parish pastor for a number of years. She then join the faculty of Tumaini University Makumira as a lecturer from 2007-2011. In 2011 was called by the Lutheran World Federation based in Geneva to serve as area secretary for Africa, the portfolio she is currently heading. Dr. Mungure is married and blessed with three children.
The Andrew S. Burgess Lectures in Global Mission
Through these lectures, the task of global mission today is interpreted in the light of the Christian tradition, the historical experience of the church, and the contemporary situation in the world.
The Andrew S. Burgess Lecture in Global Mission was inaugurated in 1991 in an ongoing effort to introduce leading scholars in global mission to the Luther Seminary community. The Burgess Lecture is made possible by a fund established in honor of the life and work of Andrew S. Burgess, former missionary, missionary executive, and professor of missions at Luther Seminary.