“Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.”— Philippians 4:9 (ESV)
Meeting Jesus at the park
Mixed ecology blends inherited and emerging forms of church.
An updated education for a changing church
M.Div. curriculum refresh aims to meet the needs of future church leaders through streamlined learning.
Second-career pastors bring unique gifts to their callings.
A visual calling: The story behind the most-popular cartoons at Luther Seminary
Q&A with Associate Professor Steve Thomason
Families honored as Garden of the Resurrection is relocated
The Garden of the Resurrection has been relocated to a space at the heart of campus, outside the Olson Campus Center. The move ensures a permanent home for the garden on campus after the Luther Seminary Board of Directors approved a future sale of the lower campus in 2018. To acknowledge the move and honor […]
Faith+Lead reaches new audiences
Luther Seminary’s Faith+Lead platform is expanding to meet the needs of more people. In addition to continuing to provide resources for pastors and other church leaders, Faith+Lead’s updated website, which launched in November, targets two new audiences—everyday disciples and spiritual seekers. The change came out of the seminary’s efforts to help churches that are seeing […]
In honor of retiring faculty and staff
Lois Farag joined the seminary as assistant professor of early church history in 2005. She retired at the end of February. “Lois brought a new and engaging set of perspectives to the teaching of the history of Christianity. As an Egyptian monastic from the Coptic Orthodox Church, she brought an Egyptian perspective, an Orthodox perspective, […]