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Sermon: Annunciation

This sermon was preached by Rev. Esko Murto in the seminary’s Martin Lutheran Chapel for the divine service on the occasion of the Feast of the Annunciation, 25 March 2019. Luke 1:26-38 Immanuel, 'God With Us' is not only the name of the Son of God in Isaiah's prophecy, but also the current state of things … Continue reading Sermon: Annunciation

Support Us in Lent 2019

This week the seminary appeals to the members of LCC to include support of the seminary in their Lenten discipline. In our regular Lenten appeal letter, seminarian Joshua Radke introduces himself and his family. Dean Esko Murto encourages us to think about our attachment to possessions--and freedom from them in the Gospel of Christ. He … Continue reading Support Us in Lent 2019

Sermon: St Joseph 2019

This sermon was preached by Rev. Dr Harold Ristau in the seminary's Martin Lutheran Chapel for the divine service on the occasion of St Joseph, Guardian of Jesus, 19 March 2019. Joseph and you: Guardians of Jesus (Mt 2:13-15, 19-23) It’s bad enough that Lutherans barely talk about the blessed and holy Virgin, Mary, the … Continue reading Sermon: St Joseph 2019

CLTS Golf Tournament 2019 – Register Now

Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary’s annual golf tournament will take place on Monday, 3 June 2019, at Sawmill Golf Course in Fenwick, beginning at 11:30am (shotgun start at 1pm). The $110 per person registration fee includes BBQ lunch (sausage, hamburger, or hot-dog, and a non-alcoholic beverage), green fees, golf cart, steak dinner, dessert, and prizes. Registration … Continue reading CLTS Golf Tournament 2019 – Register Now

Lay Course on the Theology of Spirituality: Videos Available

The first class in our lay course, "The Theology of Spirituality", was warmly received in Monday night. A video of the class is now available on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/IZoZv-8VNiA Subsequent class recordings will be posted each week by Wednesday. Just check our YouTube channel. It's still possible to join the class in person by … Continue reading Lay Course on the Theology of Spirituality: Videos Available

Rev. Min Kim Accepts Call as Assistant Professor

We are delighted to announce that Rev. Min Kim of St Albert, AB, has accepted a call to serve as Assistant Professor of Theology at CLTS. Rev. Kim will complete his current contract as chaplain in the Canadian Forces and take up the position in the summer of 2020. Rev. Min Kim (48) is a … Continue reading Rev. Min Kim Accepts Call as Assistant Professor

CLTS in Regina: Who says the seminary’s only into higher education?

Dr Harold Ristau was the guest speaker at the Higher Things youth retreat at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Regina in February. He presented on the topic, “The Soldier’s Vocation and Luther’s Theology of the Two Kingdoms”. He spoke about the challenges of spiritual soldiering, and the ways in which the Lord equips us for … Continue reading CLTS in Regina: Who says the seminary’s only into higher education?

Lay course on Spirituality offered during Lent

Theology of Spirituality is where the doctrinal teaching of the church meets with the practical life of faith; what Christians believe forms and is formed by how they pray, preach, sing and praise God. This Lent season Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary offers a six-part lesson series on the Theology of Lutheran Spirituality. Instead of a … Continue reading Lay course on Spirituality offered during Lent

Call Extended for New Seminary Professor

Following an interview on Monday, 4 February 2019, the Board of Regents extended a solemn call to Rev. Min Kim of St Albert, AB, to serve as Assistant Professor of Theology at CLTS. (Professor Esko Murto will vacate the position in June 2019 in order to return to his native Finland to take up a … Continue reading Call Extended for New Seminary Professor

Best Bible Commentaries: Interview with Dr Winger on Ephesians

The comprehensive online resource, Best Bible Commentaries, has published an interview with Dr Winger about his Concordia Commentary on Ephesians. You can read it here.