Call for Nominations, Faculty Member in Practical Theology

CSL_logoConcordia Seminary is seeking a called, full-time faculty member who will teach in the area of Practical Theology.

 

The successful candidate must…

  • Be rostered as a Minister of Religion-Ordained in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and be a member in good standing of an LCMS congregation.
  • Have a strong commitment to the Scriptures as the inspired, written Word of God and the Lutheran Confessions as a correct exposition of the Scriptures.
  • Have a demonstrated ability in theological teaching and scholarship.
  • Have a PhD; STM or DMin may be considered, but preference will be given to a candidate who is willing to complete a PhD.
  • Have academic and practical experience in pastoral care and counseling; congregational dynamics and leadership; and education, discipleship, and catechesis.
  • Be able to serve collegially on a theological faculty and represent Concordia Seminary to the church.
  • Have demonstrated faithful Lutheran pastoral practice, care, and leadership.
  • Have experience in cross-cultural settings; multilingual ability is desirable.

The full Call for Nominations document and contact information is available here.

Related posts

The Tension of Transition

The Tension of Transition


The Tension of Transition

A devotional reflection from the 2019 Theological Symposium by David Schmitt.

Norman Nagel (1925-2019)

Norman Nagel (1925-2019)


Norman Nagel (1925-2019)

Remembering a theologian who was always centered in the "proprium" of the Gospel.

Dressing and Preparing the Body for Burial

Dressing and Preparing the Body for Burial


Dressing and Preparing the Body for Burial

In their ongoing series, Kent Burreson and Beth Hoeltke discuss the next step in the natural burial process.

1 Comment

  1. Gary W. Zieroth September 12, 2013
    Reply

    Dr. Kloha,

    Is the nominating process officially closed for this faculty position, or is it still open?

    Thank you and blessings in Christ,

    Dr. Gary Zieroth
    Sept.12 2013

Leave a comment