News from LCMS colleges and seminaries.
The Rev. Bart Day begins work Sept. 1 in the Lutheran Church Extension Fund post, succeeding Rich Robertson, who retires Oct. 1.
The combined 2016 fall enrollment of 35,717 for the Synod’s 10 colleges and universities falls for the first time in 24 years.
The Rev. Mark Wood is among speakers sharing resources at the recent National Rural & Small Town Mission Conference in Wichita, Kan.
The “Luther Promise” initiative fits with the university’s “mission to provide access to the ‘highest-value Lutheran Christian higher education possible.’ ”
The new ministry for young people ages 18 to 26 offers placements of 10 weeks or 10 months in Boston, New Orleans and St. Louis.
The stark reality [of college] is that there is a growing process and that involves much humility learned through various experiences, including suffering and loss. . . . Yet what has remained constant and strong is the faith given to me in my Baptism.
Teams from nine Concordia University System schools participate in Lutheran Church Extension Fund’s 2016 National Student Marketing Competition.
This year’s conference is planned for Nov. 3-5 in Wichita, Kan., under the theme “Mission at Home: Standing Where You Are Planted.”
The Beautiful Feet Mission Conference — a gathering for mission-minded college students — is set for Nov. 12-14 at Concordia University, Nebraska, in Seward, Neb.
Concordia University, Nebraska exceeds its goal of $38 million for capital projects, operations and endowment during its “Blessed to be a Blessing” campaign.
The seven LCMS schools appear in one of the online magazine’s listings of top regional universities or colleges.
Beginning this fall, Concordia University, Nebraska, in Seward, Neb., is offering a Chinese teaching endorsement for education students.
The 2014 LCMS Institute on Liturgy, Preaching and Church Music, July 28-31 in Seward, Neb., draws more than 400 participants.