(l to r) Stephen Klinck, Andrew Cottrill, Paul Schulz, Shaun Grohn (absent: Christian MacLeod)
(l to r) Stephen Klinck, Andrew Cottrill, Paul Schulz, Shaun Grohn (absent: Christian MacLeod)

The cost of books is one of the weightier burdens in a seminary education. That’s why our students are grateful for the annual visit of Mr Stephen Klinck, managing director of the Lutheran Laymen’s League of Canada. Each year, courtesy of LLLC, he provides entering students with a copy of the standard critical edition of the Greek New Testament, and a name plate to remind them of the gift. This is vital for their biblical studies, and is needed by every student.

While at the seminary, Mr Klinck educates the students about the work of Lutheran Hour Ministries and the many resources they provide, both in print and online. We are grateful for their support of the seminary and of the church’s ministry. And the students always look forward to his visit for another weighty reason: pizza lunch!

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