The digital edition of the newly redesigned Winter/Spring 2017 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, a special double-issue celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation
“Lord, we lift up Sally…” The final post in David Peter’s series on prayer
The Augsburg Confession has throughout my days in ministry been a source of great comfort and occasional rebuke. It has consistently taken my eyes off of myself and the world and placed them firmly on the Christ of the cross and empty tomb. It was my initial idea to hand out copies of the Augsburg ..
“God, be with the youth mission team…” The second in David Peter’s three-part series on prayer
Even though our winter was mild this year, spring always seems delayed. The cold … a brief warming … cold again. It makes one ache for spring. But spring is finally here and I’m glad. The ground has warmed and the grass has greened. My family and I spent some time last week turning the soil ..
The first in a three-part series on prayer
It has been 500 years since a lone monk’s actions ignited a firestorm that changed the religious, social, and political landscape of the West. Concordia Seminary has produced a new video resource that explores how the Reformation has shaped the world around us, perhaps more than we realize. Hosted by St. Louis anchor, Sandy Miller, ..
Watch live stream, follow on social media at #CallDay2017 Concordia Seminary, St. Louis invites the public to share in the excitement of Call Day Wednesday, April 26, during two services in the Chapel of St. Timothy and St. Titus on campus, 801 Seminary Place, Clayton, Mo. Concluding students will receive their pastoral and diaconal calls, ..
Stops planned in Nebraska, Missouri, and California
The importance of one little overlooked word…and how we translate it
The prolific Yale theologian spoke at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, as part of the Reformation500 speaker series on April 11, 2016
Glenn Nielsen sums up his previous three essays on the art and act of preaching