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September 2005 Newsletter
Nationally known speaker and activist Tony Campolo will lead, challenge and inspire you and your congregation and community as together we look to the future as people of faith. He will be speaking on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel of the Incarnation. Church leaders, especially youth leaders and pastors, are encouraged to […]
Take a look at the speakers, lecturers and events that will be held on campus this fall.
The seminary community is saddened by the unexpected death of Richard Wallace, associate professor of pastoral care. Dr. Wallace died in his home on Tuesday, Aug. 30, of an apparent heart attack.
In a communication to the seminary community, President Bliese wrote, “Please remember his wife Beverly and the family in your prayers. Include our whole seminary community in your petitions as we begin to grieve the death of a beloved and cherished colleague, friend, teacher and mentor. Richard had a gentle but direct way to touch people’s hearts and lives. We will miss him.”
You are invited to visit and contribute to the online https://www.luthersem.edu/memorybook/default.asp?memory_person_id=5 [memory book] in honor of Dr. Wallace.
There’s more to running Luther Seminary than meets the eye, and you’re invited on an insider’s tour of campus to find out more! Take an https://www.luthersem.edu/gifts/map.asp [interactive tour of the campus] with student Chris and Professor Johnson. Click on buildings and discover how every single gift counts to help Luther Seminary operate smoothly all year round.
Wondering what kind of continuing education classes you should take this year? Look for the neon green cover of the the latest KAIROS catalog to find just the education you need.
https://www.luthersem.edu/lifelong_learning [View courses and register online.]