The theme for this year is, “Celebrate and Listen.” It has been my privilege over the past six months to both celebrate and listen. Good news continues to fill our progress reports. God is faithful. At the same time, I’m amazed at the powerful stories from our constituents about why they support Luther Seminary. These stories are very encouraging to me personally, and extremely instructive. Consequently, I look forward to more listening in the coming months in order to grasp fully where the Spirit is taking our school. We are positioned and ready to move forward together.
Art exhibit, Jearlyn Steele concert, Children’s Summit, lectures and more! Visit the Luther Seminary events calendar for the details.
Admit it. You’ve been thinking about taking your ministry to a new level. Luther Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry programs can help get you there. There’s still time to apply for the 2006 cohorts, but application deadlines are fast approaching. Applications for the D.Min. in Biblical Preaching are due Feb. 15. Applications for the D.Min. in […]
Would you make a gift to Luther Seminary if it would also add to your retirement security? If you said yes, you should check out the benefits of a deferred payment charitable gift annuity (DPCGA). How does this retirement supplement work? You make a current gift to Luther Seminary to fund a contract between you […]
You probably know a college student in your congregation, school or even your family with the gifts for ordained or lay ministry. Luther Seminary has created A Day in the Life just for them. Learn more.
“Evil and the Demonic,” “The Christian Family Tree” and “Spiritual Maturity: The Journey of Faith” are this winter’s Lay School of Theology course offerings. Register online nbsp; or call us at 651-641-3416.