Story Magazine - First Quarter, 2004

Living Out Our Callings at Home

Mid-Winter Convocation recap

Living Out Our Faith Each Day

President David L. Tiede's Mid-Winter Convocation Speech

Strategic Plan Update: Center for Lifelong Learning Finds Innovative Ways to Equip Congregations for Ministry

Luther Seminary wants to help congregations assist members in discovering their callings and gifts in order to "live faithfully in their daily lives."

First Lutheran Carries Out the Great Commission

Minot church gets ready to support eight seminarians

Congregations: Consider Adopting a Seminarian!

With churchwide support declining and the reality of steadily rising tuition costs, seminarians need assistance more than ever to pay for their theological education.

Luther Seminary Receives Thrivent Grant for Student-Oriented Activities

Cracking The Da Vinci Code

When Matthew Skinner read The Da Vinci Code, he found the plot of Dan Brown's best-selling novel "contrived" and the characters "flat." But as a scholar, he found the book "exciting--and frustrating."

Lay School Class Explores "The New Testament and The Da Vinci Code"

A new class from Lay School

Koester, Skinner Provide Study Guides for Passion and Da Vinci Code

M.A. in Mission and World Christianity Prepares Students for 21st Century

Global mission used to mean taking the gospel to other parts of the world.

Jon R. Lee Named 2004 Alum in Residence

Luther Productions Presents “Decoding the Da Vinci Code”

Dual Degree Student Wins the 2004 Peace Initiative Award

Lifelong Learning Spring/Summer Courses

Centered LifeSM Launches New Web Site

Faithfulness in Ministry Award Nominations now being accepted