LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison joined with other religious leaders in asking the U.S. Secretary of Education to preserve protections for faith-based student organizations on public college campuses.
Ten scholarships totaling $30,000 are available for individuals who plan to enhance the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
“The Concordias are fountains of living water in the parched desert of higher education,” CUS President Rev. Dr. Dean O. Wenthe writes.
All LCMS students at any university, private or public, who are studying a health-related field, are eligible to apply.
The “Supplemental Nominee Information Form for Concordia University System Board Positions” is the first step in identifying candidates for university boards.
High-schoolers who take the program’s dual-credit courses — $50 per credit hour — are reimbursed in full if they enroll at Concordia University after graduation.
The statement includes 10 “Lutheran identity standards” for all Concordia University System schools.
That was the goal of the International Endeavor Conference, held May 29 with leaders from the Synod, Concordia University System (CUS) and several CUS schools.
The future is bright for LCMS Campus Ministry. An LCMS U chapter in Boulder, Colo., is meeting great challenges and opportunities through a creative ministry model that involves students and a mission society of area churches.
The Rev. Jonathon Bakker, pastor at Christ the King Lutheran Chapel at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Mich., talks about the joys of being a campus pastor and offers a few tips for new college students and their parents.