A letter from President Robin Steinke.
Pastors share their experiences counseling through the ugliness, uncertainty, and unexpected insights of 2020.
Luther Seminary embraces innovation, and its established practice of using technology to educate leaders for Christian communities has proven effective during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One way the institution has fostered community and learning during this time is through the digital technology of podcasts, increasingly popular on-demand audio programs that users can stream or download on a smartphone or computer.
Pastors learn to get comfortable being—and inviting others to be—uncomfortable for the sake of building stronger communities of faith, belonging, and justice.
How international students at Luther Seminary became a tight-knit community under COVID-19 stay-at-home safety measures.
2020 was a year in which the world changed dramatically. Like many before us, we’ve been called to watch for what God is doing in the midst of disruption. It’s hard to be sure what will emerge on the other side.
Yet even with so much uncertainty swirling around us, God is faithful, and God is making a way.
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