Letter from the President: Hope for the Future
I feel a deep sense of hope as I write this note to the spring 2014 issue of Luther Seminary's Story magazine. It is a hope filled with excitement, gratitude and peace.
Luther Seminary Calls Next President
We are pleased to welcome the Rev. Dr. Robin J. Steinke as Luther Seminary's next president!
Alum serves as chief of chaplains for U.S. Air Force
Welcome to God's House
Grad focuses on special-needs ministry
Lloyd Svendsbye, 1930-2014
Former Luther Seminary president Dr. Lloyd Svendsbye, '54, died on Sunday, March 2, in Edina, Minn., surrounded by family and friends. He was 83.
A New Curriculum for a Changing Church in a Changing World
As Martin Luther, hammer in hand, pounded the nail of his 95 Theses on the Wittenburg Church Door in 1517, it was inconceivable to predict how drastic a reformation the church would go through in the years following.
The New Curriculum from Multiple Angles
The process of creating the new curriculum involved many voices and took shape over a long discernment period. Here, three of those voices chime in on what they think of the results.
Standard Outcomes, Personalized Paths
Higher education has long operated under the assumption that competency in any field is demonstrated by the successful completion of a pre-determined set of courses.
AGORA at GMI: Change, change and more change!
We live in a time of many and massive migrations. These migrations are dramatically impacting large cities and rural areas around the world. Close to home, Minnesota's foreign-born population rose from 2.6 percent in 1990 to 7.3 percent in 2011. More than 400,000 recent immigrants live in Minnesota today. The St. Paul Public School district has students from families speaking more than 70 languages.