Even as the ELCA pastors in Minnesota’s Brainerd Lakes area—many of them Luther grads—shepherd their own congregations, they have their eyes on a larger flock. The four congregations are working together to support a new mission church to reach a growing number of unchurched residents.
Second Quarter 2006
Pastors in Luther Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) program are going high-tech to bring their preaching to a higher level. And pastors from the Southwestern United States are meanwhile looking to Luther to revitalize their congregations.
Jon Anttila 1958-2006 Luther Seminary this spring lost Accounting Director Jon Anttila, a man with a mind for numbers and a heart for those around him. He died April 13 while surrounded by family members who were called to the hospital to be with him. Anttila worked in accounting for the seminary since 1981. Colleagues […]
Scholar and Luther Seminary systematic theology professor Gerhard Forde left a mark on the Lutheran church in his almost 40 years of teaching and writing.
Along with the many first-year students on campus this fall, Luther Seminary welcomes another new face, Pastor John Martin Mann, who has accepted the call as seminary pastor.
In 1987, Brunsberg started Lost and Found, a ministry in Moorhead, Minn., which provides counseling for those involved in addiction and offers assistance to family members as they get loved ones into treatment.