As we rejoice in the eternal gifts flowing from Christ’s resurrection in this Easter season, Dr Thomas Korcok asks you to consider Paul’s words to Titus:
“The saying is trustworthy, and I want you to insist on these things, so that those who have believed in God may be careful to devote themselves to good works” (Titus 3:8).
A “benefactor” is literally someone who does good works. The seminary’s mission to form pastors for the church depends on benefactors who give out of the Lord’s blessings to them. This year’s Easter appeal highlights a long-time seminary benefactor, Mr Reg Tiegs.
As Reg explains: “Satan is deceptive in getting us to accept the new social
norms that are pushed on us by society. Pastors are under great pressure to accept these norms in the church.” For Reg the key is for pastors to be grounded in God’s Word. He said, “Concordia does an excellent job of training the pastors that we need.”
You, too, can express your faith by being a seminary benefactor. Donate now or explore how you can support our ongoing work through ongoing gifts. The students, staff, and faculty of CLTS thank you for your support in prayers and gifts and pray that God would continue to bless you.