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January 2018

For New Life in the New Year

The ritual of setting New Year's resolutions is a staple in our culture--a time when we examine the past 12 months and set intentions for the coming year. But it can also bring regret and cynicism as we realize we've set the same goals year after year with little progress.

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Become a Sustainer and Increase Your Impact

Are you committed to supporting students following God's call to ministry? Make it simple by becoming a Luther Seminary sustainer! It's an easy way to provide ongoing monthly support for students and leaders serving in God’s world.

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MLK Jr. Day: Not a Myth but a Man

Please join us as we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will reflect on the significance of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s influence, as well as ways in which we can learn from and live out his legacy.

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Hear Ron Choong at the Andrew S. Burgess Lecture in Global Mission

Ron Choong, founder and director of the Academy for Christian Thought, will give the 2018 Andrew S. Burgess Lecture in Global Mission. Join us for the lecture on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 4 p.m. in the Olson Campus Center's Chapel of the Incarnation.

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Mid-Winter Convocation – Jan. 24-26

Faith and science intersect at this year’s Mid-Winter Convocation as speakers and workshops tackle themes like ecological justice, the neurology of ...

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Luther Honors Winter Graduates at Special Chapel Service

Luther Seminary honored 17 winter graduates with a special service in the Chapel of the Incarnation and a corresponding community meal held Dec. 13, 2017. ...

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Lay School of Theology Winter Series: Vocation and the Myth of Retirement with Mark Tranvik

For three weeks this winter, explore what it really means to live into Christian vocation, particularly in the last third of life. Each week will address ...

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Faith and Science Intersect

by Emily McQuillan, M.Div. Middler 

There are certain paired concepts that popular culture takes for granted as opposite. Maybe some of these come ...

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Book Recommendation

The cultural landscape in the United States is changing rapidly—and so is the culture of the U.S. church. A new book co-authored by Luther Seminary ...

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