Story Magazine - Fourth Quarter, 2004
Dr. David Tiede announced Oct. 18 that he will retire from the Office of the President, Luther Seminary on June 30, 2005.
To understand the mission to which Christians are called, remember God's remarkable purpose of reconciling the world to himself, not counting their sins against them.
When a suicide bomber strikes 500 meters from your doorstep, it's a dark day to look on the bright side -- but Rev. Mark Brown tries.
The relationship between Pastor Mark Reitan and Mike Candrea, coach of the U.S. Olympic Softball team, bears witness to the power of spiritual friendship.
Three rural North Dakota churches develop skills to lead congregational talks on difficult social issues by participating in the ELCA's "Journey Together Faithfully" study on human sexuality.
Church Innovations, a non-profit organization founded by Luther Professor of Systematic Theology Pat Keifert, assists congregations with renewal, transformation and conflict resolution.
Francis Tsui travels monthly to the "outposts" of Christianity in such countries as China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Mongolia and Thailand to teach local church leaders.
It is with thanksgiving that Luther Seminary honors this year's recipients: Alvin Erickson,'61, Delmar Gusdal, '58, and Theodore Vinger, '57.
Luther Seminary has affirmed and retooled its graduate programs for a "re-energized vision of God's mission in a changing world in the 21st century."
Love preaching? Love a good sermon? Hear how the D. Min. program in biblical preaching can make a difference in your congregation.
Students Share Lessons Learned
The numbers are in, and enrollment is up!
Mergenthal, Luther Seminary Bookstore manager for 37 years, died Oct. 1.
Many hands helped to install Luther Seminary's newest work of art, "Living Hope of the Resurrection" in the Garden of the Resurrection, Sept. 27.
Two new DVD's are available: Biology and Belief and Meeting God In Prayer
Centered Life is pleased to offer Real Prayers, a treasury of prayers written and prayed by Wendell Frerichs.
The Lent 2005 theme is "Abiding in the Shadows."