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March 2017

A journey of prayer and renewal

This season of Lent is an invitation to renewal. Renewal in the midst of daunting challenges can seem like an overly optimistic pipe dream. Yet in this season of Lent we are invited to a journey of prayer and renewal rooted in the one who is the hope of the world.

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Your gifts go further with the Make it Happen Challenge

In this season of Lent, think of all those Luther alums, leading in congregations across the country: leading Sunday services and Lenten services and preparing for Holy Week worship.

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2017 Lenten devotional now available for download

Luther Seminary invites you to use this year's Lenten devotional, "Oh, Love, How Deep," for personal or congregational use this coming season. This year's Lent devotional takes its title from Thomas ࣊ Kempis' famous hymn written in the fourteenth century.

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Attend Festival of Homiletics

The Festival of Homiletics gives working preachers a chance to be a part of a congregation to worship and hear great preaching. This year the Festival of Homiletics will be held in San Antonio from May 15-19.

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What can church leaders learn from conflict? – Convo 2017

How is conflict handled in your congregation? How can ministry leaders respond to conflict in ways that strengthen faith and community? Participants grappled ...

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Join us for Reformation Festival

On Oct. 27-28, 2017, the Luther Seminary community invites everyone to gather to celebrate and commemorate 500 years of Reformation history.

The event ...

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Exodus Lending takes a faith-based approach to righting financial injustice

Samuel Chamberlain, Correspondent

A belief in the types of ethical lending practices that Martin Luther cites in his treatise on “Trade and Usury,” ...

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Book recommendation

New from Luther Seminary Professor Terri Elton is “Leading Congregations and Nonprofits in a Connected World.” This book, coauthored with Rabbi ...

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