Vocatio is a retreat that encourages high schoolers to find God’s calling for their lives through experiencing many aspects of the Seminary including worship and devotions, sessions with professors, and even some fun and recreation! This event is free and will be held on campus.
Prof Insights: Faculty-Led Workshop – Professor Herrmann in Ottawa, KS
NEW Listening to C.S. Lewis C.S. Lewis continues to be one of the most important modern authors among English-speaking Christians. His fiction has delighted children and adults alike, and his nonfiction has encouraged and challenged the Christian as well as the skeptic. This workshop will look at the thought and writings of C.S. Lewis especially […]
About the carillonneur Roy Kroezen, who was born in Enschede, the Netherlands, was appointed carillonneur of the Centralia Carillon in Centralia, Ill., in 2016. Since 2020, he has served as the organist at St. Mary Catholic Church in Centralia and the Fox Theatre in St. Louis. He studied organ at the Music Conservatory in Arnhem, […]
Opening date: Faith and Film Festival Short Film Competition
The Faith and Film Festival, which is set for Jan. 26-28, 2023, will feature a short film competition for the second time. This year's theme is faith. The submission period is June 30 through Oct. 15, 2022. The competition is open to amateur filmmakers who are at least 18 years old. Films, no longer than […]
The residential Deaconess Studies Program at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a special luncheon for deaconess alums and current deaconess students. RSVP by July 8 to Melodie Bostic in Alumni Relations at email@example.com or 314-505-7626.
Faith and Writing Workshop
Concordia Seminary’s Faith and Writing Workshop explores various forms of creative writing — starting a blog, creating a sermon or devotion, “traditional” forms of creative writing (story, nonfiction, drama, poetry) — and everything in between. Attention will be given to social media and new forms of expression, with ample time provided for creative exercises. […]
Prof Insights: Faculty-Led Workshop – Professor Arand in Seymour, IN
NEW Confident and Curious: A Wittenberg Guide to Living in a Scientific Age This workshop builds upon and expands the "Great Evangelical Debate" offered in the past couple years by Dr. Charles Arand. This workshop will pick up on some of those themes by first asking, “What are the theological questions/problems raised by the scientific […]
Prof Insights: Faculty-Led Workshop – Professor Coe in West Fargo, ND
Provoking Proverbs: Wisdom and the Ten Commandments In this workshop Dr. David Coe categorizes the proverbs of the Book of Proverbs according to the Ten Commandments so that participants can easily analyze, personalize and memorize their top 10 favorite biblical proverbs — one for each of the Ten Commandments — which provoke us to fear, […]
Prof Insights: Faculty-Led Workshop – Professor Lessing in Dublin, OH
Job: Blessed be the Name of the Lord Martin Luther asserted that “Job is magnificent and sublime as no book of Scripture.” Others have called Job “the Shakespeare of the Bible.” Yet the early Christian scholar Jerome perhaps put it best when he called the book of Job an “eel,” since the more one tries […]
Prophet, Prostitute and Prodigals: Hosea’s and the LORD’s Relentless Pursuit Dr. Kevin Golden During this one-day workshop, Dr. Kevin Golden, associate professor of Exegetical Theology, will help participants learn from the prophet Hosea, his faithfulness to his wife, and in him, show how Yahweh, the Lord Himself, is faithful to us through our Savior Jesus […]