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.

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1 Comment

  1. Gary W. Zieroth September 12, 2013
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    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

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