Taking the message to urban, suburban and rural churches.
Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, will serve as preacher.
If you can’t join us on campus the service will be live streamed at www.ctsfw.edu/Daily-Chapel and www.facebook.com/CTSFW.
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It’s not just a quiet haven in the middle of a busy city. The CTSFW campus was designed by Eero Saarinen and opened for its first academic year on Sept. 10, 1957. It contains a wealth of art, architecture and history for visitors to enjoy.
In order to help students have all the information they need to make wise choices in their education, the US Department of Education requires a number of reports and pieces of information be made available. You’ll find all that information here. Feel free to contact us with any questions.
Campus safety reports, policies and other important information.
CTSFW is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools and the Higher Learning Commission.
Learn how to become a student at CTSFW and begin your journey toward a lifetime of caring for God’s people with the love of Christ.
Prepared by the students of CTSFW for the Church.
Prepare the Way: Luther’s Oratio, Meditatio, Tentatio
This workshop for pastors will explore Luther’s understanding of prayer (oratio), meditation (meditatio) and testing (tentatio).
Boasting the country’s second largest genealogical records collection, ACPL provides resources for the Fort Wayne community and beyond.
If you’ve served for more than 10 years in the church as an elder, teacher or evangelism caller, you may be able to begin your journey to full time ministry through this three-year program.
The curriculum at CTSFW is designed to break down the artificial barriers imposed by traditional academic theology and provide our students with a holistic, integrated approach to Biblical truth.
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A review of current copyright issues and fair use guidance, with a focus on the work of theological librarians and the teaching and research activities of the institutions they serve.