The Bible doesn't suggest that everything new is good and old is bad. To be faithful and effective in mission is not as simple as saying, "Out with the old and in with the new!" Just the opposite, the Bible suggests that some things old are the best, the good and the necessary for mission.
Answering the call to ministry is a lifetime commitment to being a servant leader for God's global community. For Master of Divinity student Peter Weston Miller, answering that call came naturally.
Luther Seminary and the Global Mission Institute welcome the Rev. Dr. Falres Ilomo to the Luther community as the Schiotz Visiting International Professor.
"I want God to be in my art," says Matthew Nelson, Luther Seminary's current artist-in-residence. "But it took me years to figure out how to do that. Now I get to continue to play with the idea of how to do Christian art on the sly."
Are you interested in attending Luther Seminary? Does work and school keep you from visiting during regular business hours? Try Taste of Seminary, an open ...
Luther Seminary welcomed nearly 400 people to the 2012 Mid-Winter Convocation to explore how to be a bold and faithful Christian leader in today's changing ...
EntertheBible.org is an expansive, fascinating, helpful and free resource for those who want to study the Bible and grow in their faith. If you want to ...
Monkey Business. That's what Martin Luther called the rite of confirmation. And the numbers of young people that the church is losing after, and possibly ...
On March 28, Thomas Long will deliver the 2012 Aus Memorial Lecture, titled "Reading Other People's Mail: Preaching New Testament Epistles as Gospel for ...
Mark Granquist, associate professor of church history, recommends Lloyd Svendsbye's "I Paid All My Debts: A Norwegian-American Immigrant Saga of Life on ...
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