Does your ministry need a shot of adrenalin? Hungering for a new model of how to “do church”? Want to take your ministry to the next level? Consider Luther Seminary’s two Doctor of Ministry programs: Congregational Mission and Leadership, and Biblical Preaching. Stay in your congregation while you attend! Learn more and apply.
The Katrina Emergency Tax Relief Act of 2005 (KETRA) provides a window of opportunity for individuals wishing to make additional gifts this year that would normally cause taxpayers to encounter the three percent charitable deduction limitations. In KETRA, Congress temporarily suspended limitations on deductions for cash gifts made to qualified charities during the period beginning […]
Well-known author and New Testament scholar Gail O’Day will offer a KAIROS continuing ed class on “The Bible: Resource for Spirituality and Ministry,” Oct. 24-25. Then, Luther Seminary Old Testament and preaching faculty combine their considerable scholarship to present “Preaching the Old Testament,” Oct. 26-28. Sign up for both and save! Register for both courses […]
A close friend of Luther Seminary wants to challenge you! Here’s how to make an even bigger splash by taking advantage of Luther Seminary’s Sustaining Fund Challenge Match. You qualify for an entire match if: You are giving to Luther’s Sustaining Fund for the first time. You gave for the first time last year, and […]
Liza Simpson, Luther Seminary’s associate director of admissions, is on the road visiting colleges and prospective students. You can read about her travels and see photos on her new Weblog, https://www.luthersem.edu/wheresliza [Where’s Liza?]
Enrollment at Luther Seminary increased again this fall–the third year in a row. For many of this year’s 819 students, the school year began with Luther Seminary’s FirstWeek orientation. Students had the chance to get to know one another, the school and faculty through a variety of experiences.