Prayerfully Consider Visit Can Begin a Path to the Seminary

Potential students fellowship during coffee hour with Dr. Just.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (CTSFW)—The Concordia Theological Seminary (CTSFW), Fort Wayne, biannual Prayerfully Consider Visit is set for March 14–17. For men and women considering a future in pastoral or diakonal service, whether they’re still in college or considering Church work as a second career, the Prayerfully Consider Visit is a chance to find out what it is like to be a student at CTSFW. Attendees live in the dorms, eat in the dining hall, attend classes, worship in Kramer Chapel, explore the campus and surrounding Fort Wayne area, and visit with current students and faculty. There is no better way to envision a life at seminary than to come to campus and experience it.

There are no costs for this event. The Seminary provides both housing and meals free of charge, which includes your spouse if he or she is able to come. Husbands and wives are vital to the decision-making process, and are thus more than welcome to attend.

To view a sample schedule or find out more, visit www.ctsfw.edu/PCV. Prospective students may also register online at this site. For any additional questions, contact the Admission Office at Admission@ctsfw.edu or by calling 800.481.2155.

To learn more about the process of entering the Seminary, which often begins with a visit to the campus, read the article “Your Path to the Seminary” by the Rev. Matthew J. Wietfeldt, director of Admission, available at http://www.ctsfw.net/media/pdfs/WietfeldtYourPathtotheSeminary.pdf.