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We have entered the season of Lent. There are many ways to live out this season. I don't know what Lenten emphases color your life these days, but I know how I'm experiencing Lent this year: I'm looking forward!
The reason I am a pastor today is because of the commitment that Luther Seminary's faculty and staff made to me as I wrestled with my call to ministry. During my seminary journey I encountered uncertainty and questions, but thanks to the work of the Spirit through the Luther community, I am serving God in such a life-giving way today.
In January, I trekked to Luther Seminary to take two classes on campus: Intro to Christian Education and Telling the Story. It was a wonderful experience, and I learned so much about how to communicate faith both in small groups and in larger public settings.
Please join us for our annual Aus Memorial Lecture. Dr. Pचri Rasolondraibe, honorary president of the Antananarivo Synod of the Malagasy Lutheran Church, will deliver his lecture, "Making Disciples for Jesus." This lecture will focus on the meaning of Christ-centered discipleship.
Join us for the 22nd annual Festival of Homiletics Preaching With Holy Imagination, May 19-23 at Central Lutheran Church in Minneapolis.
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April 12, 10 a.m.
Please join the Luther Seminary FRIENDS for our annual Spring Luncheon and Program!
This year's event is centered on the theme, "Preserving ...
April 6-7, 2014
Verb: 1. A Greek word meaning to put to the test, prove, examine, discern
2. An event at Luther seminary filled ...
This month, the Bookstore recommends "Papa—A Life Remembered" by Philip J. Formo. In this memoir, Formo reflects on the life of his grandfather, "Papa." ...
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