Continuing Education Sites Across the Country

Dr. Masaki teaches at a continuing education site in Council Bluffs as a part of the CE series in the summer of 2018.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (CTSFW)—Concordia Theological Seminary (CTSFW), Fort Wayne, is offering over thirty continuing education courses this summer and fall, open to pastors, church workers, and laypeople. Sites are hosted at LCMS churches across the country, with topics on a variety of theological subjects taught by CTSFW faculty and other theologians.

To learn more and register, click on the title of each course to go to the site page:

June 3–5 in St. Cloud, Minnesota
Church, Ministry, and Confession
Dr. K. Detlev Schulz

June 4–6 in Peoria, Illinois
Early Christian Preaching and Catechesis in a Pluralist Society
Rev. Chad Kendall

June 10–12 in Knowles, Oklahoma
Guys with Funny Names: Nahum, Obadiah, and Habakkuk
Dr. Ryan Tietz

June 17–19 in Gonzales, Louisiana
Hermann Sasse as Pastoral Theologian
Prof. John Pless

June 18–20 in Elgin, Illinois
C.F.W. Walther Today
Dr. Cameron MacKenzie

June 18–20 in Norwalk, Connecticut
Law, Virtue, and Life in Christ
Dr. Gifford Grobien

June 24–26 in Anaheim, California
The Pastor’s Devotional Life
Prof. John Pless

June 24–26 in Shawano, Wisconsin
New Testament Patterns of Pastoral Ministry
Dr. Charles Gieschen

June 24–28 in Cedar Falls, Iowa
Luther’s Antinomian Disputations
Dr. Roland Ziegler

June 24–28 in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Christianity in Conflict: 2nd Century Faith as Model for the 21st Century Church
Dr. James Bushur

June 26–28 in Plano, Texas
Lutheran Giants: Luther, Gerhardt, and Bach
Kantor Richard Resch

July 1–3 in Madison, Tennessee
Luther’s Antinomian Disputations
Dr. Roland Ziegler

July 8–10 in Rogue River, Oregon
The Presence of the Son Before Christ
Dr. Charles Gieschen

July 8–12 in Grass Valley, California
Issues in Theological Anthropology for the Ministry
Rev. Scott Stiegemeyer

July 11–13 in Hickory, North Carolina
Law and Gospel According to Luther’s Great Galatian Lectures
Dr. Naomichi Masaki

July 15–17 in Riverton, Utah
Old Testament Words for New Testament People: The Book of Job and the Problem of Human Suffering
Dr. Dean Wenthe

July 22–26 in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Communion and Confession: The Lord’s Supper in Augustana
Dr. Naomichi Masaki

July 29–31 in Davenport, Iowa
The Gospel of John
Dr. William Weinrich

July 29–31 in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Zechariah: Behold Your King!
Dr. Reed Lessing

August 5–7 in Charlottesville, Virginia
The Book of Acts: The Church Comes into Being
Dr. Peter Scaer

August 5–7 in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
Early Christian Preaching and Catechesis in a Pluralist Society
Rev. Chad Kendall

August 5–9 in Council Bluffs, Iowa
Luther, Gerhardt, and Bach: Giants of the Christian Faith
Kantor Richard Resch

August 5–9 in Flathead Lake, Montana
Luther on the Church
Dr. Naomichi Masaki

August 5–9 in Seattle, Washington
Today’s Options in Sermon Form
Dr. Carl Fickenscher

August 6–8 in Pensacola, Florida
Christianity in Conflict: 2nd Century Faith as Model for the 21st Century Church
Dr. James Bushur

August 19–22 in North Liberty, Iowa
The Gospel in Philippians
Dr. John Nordling

August 19–23 in Denver, Colorado
Luther’s Theology in Today’s World
Dr. Cameron MacKenzie

September 16–18 in Le Mars, Iowa
The Role of the Old Testament in the Church Today
Dr. Dean Wenthe

September 17–19 in Carlyle, Illinois
Making Music for the Lord: The Role of Choral Music in the Divine Service According to Chronicles and the New Testament
Dr. John Kleinig

September 23–25 in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Making Music for the Lord: The Role of Choral Music in the Divine Service According to Chronicles and the New Testament
Dr. John Kleinig

November 20–22 in Elberta, Alabama
Preaching Matthew
Dr. David Scaer

For the complete list of locations, topics, and teachers, visit www.ctsfw.edu/CE. Registration for each event is available through the links on this page, with sites listed alphabetically by state and city. For any additional questions or concerns, email CE@ctsfw.edu or call (260) 452-2103.