Forget "six degrees of separation." The real number is 4.74! Facebook's data analysis team recently released the results of what it calls "the largest social-networking study ever" and discovered that only 4.74 people separate strangers from each other.
A well-known story of Martin Luther says that when he was asked what he would do if God's final judgment were to arrive the next day, he replied that he would plant an apple tree. So, in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, to take place in 2017, a Luther Garden, which will hold 500 trees, is emerging in the city of Wittenberg, Germany.
This Christmas, give to Luther Seminary so future church leaders can be prepared to share the good news of Christ's birth with the world. Generous gifts to the Sustaining Fund this season will support Luther Seminary students.
God calls us all in very different ways to serve in the world. We invite you to stop and listen for what God may be calling you to do with your life and learn about life at Luther Seminary.
God's voice led the Rev. Peter Ndungu, '05, from the streets of Nairobi to Como Avenue and back to Ngong Road, a winding road near Kenya's capital city. ...
Faith and leadership in a time of change
The church is entering a new era that has been dominated by technological change. Experiences of time and space ...
Thanks to a record number of donors, Give to the Max Day 2011 made a major impact for nonprofits statewide. In total 47,354 donors gave more than $13 million ...
Luther Seminary is collaborating with Globe University to offer one-day workshops in management practices for congregations. Workshops are designed for ...
Mary Hinkle Shore, professor of New Testament, recommends Michael Gruber's "The Good Son." She says, "it contains a rich conversation about faith, politics ...
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