Taught in two-hour sessions over five weeks on the Luther Seminary campus, Lay School classes begin Sept. 15 and run through Oct. 13. The Lay School of Theology is a program of informal, non-credit classes taught by seminary professors for lay persons who want to learn more about matters that relate to their Christian faith and life.
First Quarter 2008
Pastors have been some of the most influential people in the lives of Duane and Phyllis Sander. Growing up, the church was a centerpiece of their communities, and they looked toward their pastors as teachers and congregational leaders, helping them grow in their faith.
Today we face an important fork in the road of the unfolding story of congregational ministry in North America. Change is rocking the foundation of every ministry.
WorkingPreacher.org began as a midnight revelation. In the light of day, it’s revealed as a whole new breed of preaching resource—fresh, original and downright cool. Oh, and did we mention it’s free?
There is one program that Diane Cone refuses to miss each week. It isn’t broadcast by any of the major networks, and you won’t find it on cable. A few times a week, Cone sits down at her computer to watch Luther Seminary’s online chapel broadcast.
More than 100 church leaders gathered Nov. 2-3 for “The Missional Church and Leadership Formation,” Luther Seminary’s third annual Missional Church Consultation.