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Discernment Column

Listen, God is Calling; The Rev. Jeff Morlock

Martin Luther taught us that God claims each of us in Holy Baptism and gives us a life mission that will bless others and contribute to human flourishing. To recognize our baptismal calling is what we mean by vocational discernment. It’s a process of listening to the Spirit of God through the Word of Scripture and the community of the church. Specifically, God calls some people as ordained ministers, and it is this vocation that is in urgent demand right now in the North American Lutheran Church (NALC).

Board of Regents Update

Board of Regents Update

Mrs. Lynnae Douglas, Mr. Richard Jansek, the Rev. Stéphane Kaljoni, and Mr. Roger Weyersberg were added to the Board of Regents in 2022. The Board of Regents is made up of nine members, the bishop, and the seminary president. Its chief responsibilities are to provide oversight, supervision, and direction for the NALS Network and president, including fiscal plans, new programs and initiatives, and fundraising.

What is the Bible? Medieval to Modern: 500 Years Since Luther’s Bible

  Beatrice Institute — What is the Bible? Medieval to Modern: 500 Years Since Luther’s Bible Saturday, September 10, 2022 — 1:30 PM 3:00 PMUniversity of Pittsburgh, Cathedral of Learning  Dr. David Luy, Professor of Systematic Theology at the NALS, will be a part of a roundtable discussion on the Biblical traditions of various religions and Christian […]