Luther Seminary's annual Mid-Winter Convocation, which was just held two weeks ago, was a powerful witness to the gift of coming together to think about what God is up to in the world. The theme, Religious but Not Spiritual, was a playful turn on the familiar "spiritual but not religious" label.
Your scholarship gifts make it possible for students like Taylor Skoglund, M.A. senior, to follow God's call to seminary.
Luther Seminary invites you to use this year's Lent devotional, "There in God's Garden," for personal or congregational use this coming season. The devotions are written by graduates of Luther Seminary's Children, Youth and Family program.
The Rutlen Lecture is a bi-annual lecture series focused on faith and creation, hosted by Luther Seminary. This year's lecture, "Creation, Sin and Sacrament in the Anthropocene," will be given by Larry Rasmussen.
The 2015 Friends Winter Luncheon and Program, titled Seminary for a Day, will take place at Luther Seminary on Feb. 21. The Luther Seminary Friends is a ...
There is still plenty of time to register for the 2015 Festival of Homiletics! The festival will take place in downtown Denver from May 11-15. You are invited ...
On July 1, the Luther Seminary community will welcome Carla Dahl as professor of congregational and community care leadership. She previously served Luther ...
On Monday, Jan. 19, several Luther Seminary students, staff, faculty and community members gathered to reflect on the significance of Martin Luther King’s ...
By John Klawiter, M.Div. '12
The newest version of the Tom Thiets story is called "Serving Beyond the Bars"—and it's about prison ministry. This ...
This month, the Luther Seminary Bookstore recommends “Lutherans in America: A New History” by Mark Granquist, associate professor of church ...
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