So wrote one participant on the evaluation form for the January Webinar, “Treasures Old and New: A Conference on Adult Faith Formation.” “Those three brothers” are the parish pastors whose expertise is the foundation for the conference attended by 46 people from 21 different LCMS districts, ranging from coast to coast and from the deep […]
Our thanks to Rev. Steve Zank, Director of Theology for the Center for Worship Leadership, Christ College, Concordia University, Irvine, California for inviting us to converse about our research on the CWL’s “Theology in Motion” podcast.In the podcast Steve Zank explores with us our research project on worship and the adult catechumenate, funded by the […]
Friends in Christ,Forming Lutherans has set up an email distribution list through Mail Chimp to send email notices of new content on our website, forminglutherans.org. We plan to use this featureTo keep you informed about plans for the online conference in June 2021;To share resources on the adult catechumenate with you;To offer an occasional word […]
Cyril served as bishop of Jerusalem in the late 4th century. It’s possible that the pilgrim Egeria heard his lectures.If any here is a slave of sin, let him promptly prepare himself through faith for the new birth into freedom and adoption; and having put off the miserable bondage of his sins, and taken on him the […]
https://www.thelatinlibrary.com/egeria2.htmlXLV. 1. Et illud etiam scribere debui, quemadmodum docentur hi, qui baptidiantur per pascha. Nam qui dat nomen suum, ante diem quadragesimarum dat, et omnium nomina annotat presbyter, hoc est ante illas octo septimanas, quibus dixi hic attendi quadragesimas.2. Cum autem annotauerit omnium nomina presbyter, postmodum alia die de quadragesimis, id est qua inchoantur octo […]
Regretfully, we have had to close registration for our fall virtual conference. Registration for the January virtual conference will open after Thanksgiving. Please, check back and join us then.
Dr. Rhoda Schuler has received a 2020 Teacher-Scholar grant in the Vital Worship Grants Program from the Calvin Institute in Christian Worship. She will again be partnering with Dr. Kent Burreson of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis for the research and workshops, which are part of the project. Drs. Schuler and Burreson reported earlier this year on the […]
Dean of Chapel Dr. Kent Burreson and Dr. Rhoda Schuler, term professor of Theology and Interdisciplinary Studies at Concordia University, St. Paul, Minn., held a capstone event June 6–7 on campus for their worship grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (CICW).Representatives from all eight of the Lutheran congregations with which Burreson and Schuler […]