Continuing Education: A Year-Round Opportunity

FORT WAYNE, IN (CTS)—Pastors serve their congregations year-round so it only makes sense for Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, to offer year-round continuing education opportunities. The list of Continuing Education sites can be found below. As it becomes available, specific information for each site will be posted at www.ctsfw.edu/CE. Online registration can be completed at the same site. You may also e-mail CE@ctsfw.edu or phone Kara Mertz at 260-452-2103 for additional information.

Having more CTS Continuing Education sites available across the United States offers pastors additional opportunities for personal enrichment. “What a joy to sit at the feet of another and soak in new knowledge, expand our theological landscape and join together in doctrinal debate,” offers Prof. Jeffrey Pulse, Director of Continuing Education at CTS. “When our theological batteries are recharged, our congregations reap the benefits as we bring all we have learned into the pulpit and the Bible studies.”

Prof. Pulse also reminds us that the benefits are not just for pastors, continuing education is for laypeople as well, “As a pastor it is a great blessing to have an educated laity, and again, what a great joy for them to drink deep at the well of the waters of life and be nourished by the bread of God’s Word.”

Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Continuing Education Opportunities 2012

(Please visit our website, www.ctsfw.edu/CE, regularly to check for updates)

April 24–26, 2012

Atlanta, Georgia

Ascension Lutheran Church
4000 Roswell Road
Dr. David P. Scaer
Ministry and Ordination

May 9–11, 2012

Wheaton, Illinois

St. John Lutheran Church
125 E. Seminary Avenue
Dr. James G. Bushur
Let Us Die that We May Live: Confessing Christ with the Noble Army of Martyrs

May 21–23, 2012

Camp Okoboji, Milford, Iowa

1531 Edgewood Drive
Dr. Dean O. Wenthe
The Role of the Old Testament in the Church Today

June 4–6, 2012

Austin, Texas

St. Paul Lutheran Church
3501 Red River Street
Dr. Arthur A. Just Jr.
How First-Century Christians in the Book of Acts Walked Together as They Confessed the Faith

June 6–8, 2012

Jackson, Wyoming

Redeemer Lutheran Church
175 N. Willow Street
Dr. K. Detlev Schulz
Theological Ethics

June 11–15, 2012

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Our Savior Lutheran Church
2900 Burton Street
Prof. Jeffrey H. Pulse
No More “Peek-A-Boo” Jesus: The Christology of the Old Testament

June 11–15, 2012

Kearney, Nebraska

Zion Lutheran Church
2421 Avenue C
Dr. Naomichi Masaki
Formula of Concord in the Life of the Church

June 13–15, 2012

Riverton, Utah

Light of the Valley Lutheran Church
3383 W 12600 S
Dr. James G. Bushur
Christianity in Conflict: 2nd Century Faith as Model for the 21st Century Church

June 25–27, 2012

Shawano, Wisconsin

St. James Lutheran Church
324 S. Andrews Street
Dr. K. Detlev Schulz
Lutheran Missiology

June 25–29, 2012

Seattle, Washington

Messiah Lutheran Church
7050 35th Avenue NE
Dr. Cameron A. MacKenzie
Luther’s Theology in Today’s World

June 25–29, 2012

Cheyenne, Wyoming

King of Glory Lutheran Church
8806 Yellowstone Road
Dr. Naomichi Masaki
Luther’s Catechetical Instruction According to His Lectures on Genesis

July 16–18, 2012

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Calvary Lutheran Church
208 Woods Drive
Dr. Carl C. Fickenscher II
Are Today’s Ears Hearing the Timeless Message? Communicating Law and Gospel in Today’s Culture

July 17–19, 2012

Hillsboro, Oregon

Zion Lutheran Church
30900 NW Evergreen Road
Dr. Peter J. Scaer
The Mysteries of Mark: The Churchly Gospel

July 23–27, 2012

Paris, Texas

Grace Lutheran Church
739 19th Street SE
Dr. Naomichi Masaki
The Lutheran Way with the Liturgy

July 30–August 3, 2012

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Grace Lutheran Church
7550 Eubank Blvd NE
Dr. Uwe Siemon-Netto
Topic to be announced

July 30–August 3, 2012

Flathead Lake, Montana

Trinity Lutheran Camp
Dr. Paul R. Raabe
Zion and the Nations: Isaiah’s Vision for Today

August 1–3, 2012

Concordia, Missouri

St. Paul Lutheran Church
418 S. Main Street
Dr. Charles A. Gieschen
Confronting Confusion About the End-Times

August 13–14, 2012

Wichita, Kansas

Holy Cross Lutheran Church
600 N Greenwich Road
Rev. Geoff Boyle
Psalms

August 13–15, 2012

Tryon, North Carolina

Trinity Lutheran Church
3353 US 176 Highway
Dr. Peter J. Scaer
The Gospel of Mark: The Mystery of Jesus

August 15–17, 2012

Castle Rock, Colorado

Mt. Zion Lutheran Church
750 Cantril Street
Dr. Arthur A. Just Jr.
Liturgy: Yesterday, Today and Forever

Sept 17–21, 2012

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Concordia Theological Seminary
6600 N. Clinton Street
Dr. John W. Kleinig
Topic to be announced

September 24–28, 2012

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Our Savior Lutheran Church
2900 Burton Street
Dr. John W. Kleinig
Participation in God’s Holiness in the Divine Service According to Leviticus

October 19–21, 2012

Aurora, Illinois

Emmanuel Lutheran Church
550 4th Avenue
Prof. Jeffrey H. Pulse
No More “Peek-A-Boo” Jesus: The Christology of the Old Testament