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UPDATE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE NORTH AMERICAN LUTHERAN SEMINARY IN THE DAYS OF CORONAVIRUS

These past weeks have been times of uncertainty and anxiety. Like all of us, the students of the NALS struggle with the changes mandated by the current pandemic. Several students have family members or friends impacted by COVID-19. Our students, faculty, and staff continue to work together. Classes continue, but they are taught online. We […]

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To All the Lost, Come Home: A Devotional on Luke 15:1-10

By Colin Neill, NALS MDiv 2020 Two years ago on a youth mission trip with my home congregation, Zion Lutheran Church, a group of teenagers and I spent a week helping a homeowner named David with household tasks. Throughout the week, David was always accompanied by another gentleman who helped direct and assist us in […]

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Upcoming Classes for Spring 2020

The NALS will have three online courses available during our Spring 2020 semester, beginning on January 21 and running until May 11. These classes are open and available to all students, whether they’re pursuing ordination or just interested in boosting their knowledge of Lutheran theology and practice. Registration for Spring 2020 opens December 4 and […]

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NALS Presidential Search Update

The North American Lutheran Seminary will continue the search for its next president after a brief break. Dr. M. Roy Schwarz, chair of the NALS Board of Regents, says, “The Presidential Search process has been suspended until after the North American Lutheran Church Convocation in August. We hope to conclude the process shortly after this […]

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Supporting Your Seminary: May Campaign 2019

In roughly a decade, over 50 percent of our clergy in the North American Lutheran Church will retire. And while there are interested candidates coming to the NALC from various places, the fact that seminary education remains a complicated and expensive procedure inhibits many more men and women from coming forward. Here at the North […]

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