by Dr. Ronald Mudge Concordia Seminary, St. Louis’ 2022-23 academic year theme is “Sharing the Gospel—Sharing Our Lives,” based on 1 Thess. 2:8. This theme highlights beautifully the way that the grace of Jesus Christ permeates our life together. Jesus gives us His grace as a gift and makes it possible for us as forgiven sinners to love and to serve one another, sharing our very lives with each other. We often find ourselves wanting to share our lives with others and to have others share their lives with us but at the same time, because we are sinful human beings, we fear that others might mock, criticize or reject us if they knew what we are really like. Some [...]Continue reading.
High school students interested in attending Concordia Seminary, St. Louis or who are considering vocational ministry are invited to Vocatio June 24-July 1 on campus. This free, weeklong retreat, following the Seminary’s academic theme [...]Continue reading.
Registration is open for the second annual Prevallet Hymn Writing Workshop slated for Saturday, Feb. 18 on the campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Aspiring and published hymnwriters, translators and Concordia Seminary students [...]Continue reading.
What does true repentance look like? That’s the focus of a new Lenten Sermon Series, “Honest Repentance,” now available from Concordia Seminary Press, the publishing arm of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. [...]Continue reading.
From left to right, back row: James Greenwalt, James Bretthauer, Jeffrey Tuft, Adam Ellison, Jeffrey Campbell, Dr. Glenn Nielsen, Ryan Golden; middle row: Dr. W. Mart Thompson, John Durkin, Timothy [...]Continue reading.