… for your faithful support and partnership
Because of you, Luther Seminary is able to provide faith-filled ideological education to students and learners around the world. Through your gifts and prayers, you are making a crucial investment in the future of the church and our communities. You are changing lives!
You are among over 4,100 donors and supporters of Luther Seminary. Here are a few ways you made a difference this year:
- For the third consecutive year, all new incoming M.A. and M.Div. students received 100% tuition scholarships through the Jubilee Scholarship.
- In 2020, your gifts helped us to put forth 101 graduates for Christian communities.
- 55% of 2020 graduates left the seminary with zero student debt.
- WorkingPreacher.org reached over 2 million users from more than 200 countries and territories around the world.
Kenneth Rawson, current Master of Arts in Children and Youth Ministry student, was blessed to receive a full-tuition scholarship through the Jubilee Scholarship program. He wanted to share his immense gratitude with you. Here is what Kenneth shared recently:
My name is Ken Rawson and I am one of the many people who have received the Jubilee Scholarship. It is the only way I am able to even consider furthering my education.
I am married to my sweet wife and we have 4 amazing kids. I serve as the Middle School Ministry Lead at a non-denominational church in Sandusky, Ohio.
I just want you to see how your investment is growing. I took three classes to start my seminary education. “Thinking Theologically Confessing Publicly” was amazing. Wow. What a gift. When people ask me how seminary has been I tell them how this class increased my love and appreciation for Jesus.
“Culture and Emerging Generations” helped me see and understand the secular age we are living in and how our culture is reacting to a world that is speeding up. In “Christian Public Leader” I was connected to a precious group of fellow seminarians as we discovered our strengths.
I am loving all this learning! I am already sharing what I have learned with my small group leaders (the volunteers that serve in our student ministry), my co-workers, and my family. What I am learning has given richness to my teaching and has me rethinking strategy and ministry in all sorts of ways.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!