Articles tagged with: Dale Meyer
The best-of-the-best from the famous Meyer Minutes are now available in a book of devotions, one for each day of the year.
By Dale Meyer
Maybe you’ve walked through a garden and seen these words, “The kiss of the sun for pardon, the song of the birds for mirth, one is nearer God’s heart in a garden than anywhere else on …
The digital edition of the Summer 2014 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, a partner issue with Lutheran Hour Ministries featuring articles by Gregory Seltz, Robert Kolb, and Douglas Rutt.
By Dale A. Meyer
A summary you can expand into the sermon: caveat emptor is an old Latin warning, “Let the buyer beware.” This text suggests, caveat cultor—“Let the worshipper beware!”
Beware of worship? No. Worship …
By Dale A. Meyer
Is this a great time to be the church? Do you have joy in your pastoral ministry? Do the baptized in your congregation show cheerful confidence in their Christian faith? Isaiah 35:4–7a, …
Relive, via video, Concordia Seminary’s Theological Symposium, held September 20-12, 2011, on “Rediscovering the Art of Preaching.” Featured presenters included Dean Nadasdy, Dale Meyer, David Schmitt, and Glenn Nielsen.
The journey from text to pulpit can be a long and winding road, filled with false starts, surprising discoveries, and hard choices along the way. Preacher’s Studio is a chance to take a step back and talk together about the art and craft of preaching. Today’s preacher: DALE MEYER.
Highlights from the Fall 2011 issue of CONCORDIA JOURNAL, due out in early November.
A special concert in memory of Rev. Robert Bergt, the late conductor and music director of Bach at the Sem and artist-in-residence at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, will take place on Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 3:00 p.m.
“Rediscovering the Art of Preaching” is the title of the 22nd Annual Theological Symposium, to be held Sept. 20-21 on the campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. In conjunction with the Theological Symposium, Concordia Seminary will host its annual Day of Exegetical Reflection on Monday, Sept. 19, on the theme “The Bible in English: Its Present and Future.”