Dr. Korcok was chosen to receive the Magister Magnus award by the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education (CCLE). This award recognizes distinguished educators for exceptional vision, service, and dedication for the cause of classical Lutheran education. In advance of the award Dr. Korcok was interviewed on KFUO’s “The Coffee Hour” where he talked about why … Continue reading Dr. Korcok receives Magister Magnus award.
After a two year hiatus, the annual CLTS Golf Tournament was back. The format was a bit different, but the enthusiasm was the same. We had a full registration, and the golfers were blessed with beautiful weather. As they arrived at Sawmill Golf Course in Fenwick, Ontario, they received a boxed lunch and SWAG bag, and then joined … Continue reading 2022: The Return of the Tournament
There is still time to register for the 2022 Concordia Seminary Golf Tournament. In place of the shot-gun start, participants will have crisply-timed tee-offs. Coming off the 18th hole, your mouth will water at the smell of our guaranteed-to-please BBQ surprise. Enjoy Christian comradery as the hallmark of our golf tournaments as you engage in … Continue reading Register Now For The CLTS Golf Tournament
Registration for the 2022 Concordia Seminary Golf Tournament is now open! We aren't going to let any pandemic stop another tournament, so we have made a few changes. What to expect. Upon arrival at Sawmill Golf Course you will be greeted with a delectable bag lunch and tote bag of golf goodies. In place of the shot-gun … Continue reading Ready, Set, Golf! Registration Is Open
SAVE THE DATE FOR THE GOLF TOURNAMENT! Concordia Seminary’s annual golf tournament is back this year: Monday, June 6, 2022 at Sawmill Golf Course in Fenwick. Tee-off begins at noon. The $125 per person registration fee includes a BBQ, green fees, and golf cart. Online registration will be live in April. Please note that due … Continue reading The Golf Tournament is Back! Save the Date!
Serpents in the Classroom answers questions that teachers, pastors, and parents often ask themselves. Despite their best efforts, why do children so often reject the Christian faith? The answer is found in the theological presuppositions that undergird much of contemporary education. Though the educational establishment often presents its models as products drawn from evidence-based research that … Continue reading Serpents in the Classroom? Dr. Korcok’s New Book Opens Our Eyes to Contemporary Education
Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary exists to provide a voice of Lutheranism for the entire church. Sometimes faculty members deliver papers at conferences and conventions, and other times they lend their expertise to local congregations. This week Dr. Korcok was invited to join a podcast produced by St. Luke Lutheran Church in Ottawa called “To Everything … Continue reading Dr. Korcok Guest Speaker on Ottawa Podcast
The seminary community was saddened this week at the news of the passing of Josephine (Josie) Knoll. In addition to faithfully serving the Lord in her home congregation of Christ Lutheran in St. Catharines, she was active in the broader church through her work with the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. Josie generously supported Concordia Lutheran … Continue reading Josephine Knoll Joins the Church Triumphant
The “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” frenzies are all about accumulating the things of this world. Of course, we give thanks to God that He has so blessed us that we can enjoy the goodness of creation. But the world’s greatest need is not to get more stuff but to receive the precious Gospel of … Continue reading Use Giving Tuesday to Support Your Seminary
Two members of the seminary community participated in local Remembrance Day ceremonies. Both Albert Ho, a first-year seminarian, and Dr. Korcok are serving members of the Lincoln and Welland Regiment, where Albert is a 2nd lieutenant and Dr. Korcok is the regimental chaplain. On Thursday, together they laid wreaths at the cenotaph in Thorold: Albert … Continue reading Remembrance Day and the Seminary