Donors make a big impact in 2014
Each year, gifts to Luther Seminary help prepare current and future church leaders with education and resources that are vital in their ongoing ministries. Here are just a few of the many ways generous gifts made a big impact in 2014!
It’s not too late to apply to the Doctor of Ministry program!
Luther Seminary offers a Doctor of Ministry degree in both biblical preaching and congregational mission and leadership. If you intend to enroll this year, applications are due Feb. 15.
Join FRIENDS for 2015 winter luncheon and program
The 2015 FRIENDS event, Seminary for a Day, will take place at Luther Seminary on Feb. 21. The Luther ...
Luther Seminary Receives $500,000 Grant to Develop and Support Lifelong Homiletical Learning
Luther Seminary has received a $500,000 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., to support a four-year project called The Learning Preacher: Instilling a Trajectory of Lifelong Homiletical Instruction.
Michael Morrow named Vice President of Finance and Administration at Luther Seminary
Morrow will step into the role on Oct. 1, 2014.
David Lose named president of LTSP
On May 14, Luther Seminary Professor David Lose was named president of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia.
Luther Seminary Receives John Templeton Foundation Grant to Explore Science and Faith Conversations
Luther Seminary received a $188,540 planning grant from the John Templeton Foundation for a unique project called Science for Youth Ministry. This project will explore how science and faith are discussed with young people in congregations.
Luther Seminary Receives Lilly Endowment Grant to Improve the Economic Well-Being of Future Minister
Luther Seminary has received a $239,500 grant as part of Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc.'s Theological School Initiative to Address Economic Issues Facing Future Ministers.
Luther Seminary Community Members Featured in Star Tribune
Janet Karvonen-Montgomery, Jo Bauman, and Carrie Carroll were all recently featured in an article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, "Baby boomers are flocking to church ministry."