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.
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It is no surprise that Master of Arts student Jennifer Galvin’s favorite class so far has been Forgiveness and Healing, team-taught by professors Alan Padgett and Janet Ramsey. It is “directed towards my passion of helping people in grief, and I am a big fan of the concept of healing,” she said.
Galvin’s own struggle and victory over cancer have led her to open her heart to others.
Pastors Gary Lee, ’66, and Ann Svennungsen, ’81, have several things in common: They are exemplary preachers and worship leaders. They are mentors and role models. They care deeply about who will lead the church of the future.
And they are the 2006 honorees of Luther Seminary’s Faithfulness in Ministry Cross Awards.