Through helping students discern the gifts God has given them for service in the world, campus ministries at state and private universities and colleges encourage many students to attend seminary.
Second Quarter 2002
Dr. David Tiede preaches about camp ministries at the Feb. 18 chapel.
Paul Berge has a servant’s heart. The first glimpses of it come from the warmth of his smile. The inviting way he engages students and faculty alike in conversation shows he truly cares about the lives of the people around him. It becomes more evident when you see him talking about his career at Luther […]
There are three things that Wendell Debner will miss most when he retires this July as director of the Doctor of Ministry Program and executive director of the Minnesota Theological Consortium: the students–past and present–he has come to know well; his colleagues on the faculty of Luther Seminary; and daily worship in chapel. All three […]
James Jenson retired at the end of April as vice president for seminary relations and executive director of the Luther Seminary Foundation. He was instrumental in the development of major planned gifts and the recent rapid growth of private funding for Luther Seminary since 1992. Prior to joining the administrative staff at Luther Seminary, he […]
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