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September 2018

Listening: the Heart of Innovation

In innovation work, the very first step is to listen.

Alex Goryachev, Managing Director of Innovation Strategy and Programs for Cisco, calls listening "a rare art" at the heart of innovation, something that is vital "to survive and develop collaborative strategies with...partners...around the world."

Silicon Valley might seem like a strange place to seek theological wisdom, but they're onto something here. For generations, the church has occupied a place of power in western society—and this has meant that in many ways we've become more accustomed to being listened to than listening ourselves.

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Join us Sept. 26 for Give Day as alums, students, faculty, staff and friends support the mission of Luther Seminary from all over the world! Your Give Day support allows us to educate leaders today for the Christian communities of tomorrow. Your participation helps us properly equip students to ensure innovative impact on our communities for generations to come.

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Listening for God in Daily Life

Learning to identify God's action takes practice—but when we do, it opens us up to new ways of seeing, living, and being. And once we see what God's up to, we might just discover that we’re being called to join in!

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Book Recommendation

A second edition of New Testament professor Craig Koester's book, "Revelation and the End of All things," has just been released by Eerdmans Publishing.

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