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Lutheran Piety in the Life of a Called Worker
Professor Brenner demonstrates that piety is not an outward display or behavior, nor is it a feeling one gets; rather, it is an attitude and life of service that comes out of faith, a knowledge of law and gospel, and trust ...
Doctrinal Brief: Part-Time Pastors
Dr. Brug discusses part-time pastoral calls, specifically retirement calls and tent ministries. While recognizing that some congregations may have good reasons for being unable to support a full-time pastor, this should ...
Seminary Graduation Sermon, 2007: No Other Name Can Save
No Other Name Can Save— I. This Is Your Bold Confession II. This Is Your Urgent Mission
Graduation Sermon 2008 - Brothers Stand Firm
He Lives! So Brothers Stand Firm… 1. Unswerving in His Truth 2. Abounding in His Work
Johann Wilhelm Friedrich Hoefling: The Man and His Ecclesiology
In four parts, this essay presents the life of J.W.F. Hoefling (Part I), his theology of the church (Part II), his view of the doctrine of the ministry (Part III), and the connection between the Erlangen and Wauwatosa ...
Assignment Service Sermon: Alone with the LORD
Professor Tiefel preached this sermon for the 2012 Assignment Service. He encourages the candidates for ministry with Psalm 73 and how the Lord will never leave them. Ministry brings bright days, sad days, and busy days, ...
On the Establishment and Preservation of the Public Ministry
Stoeckhardt reiterates the fact that all Christians are given the duty to carry out the Great Commission, though it is our practice to single out those with special gifts to do so full-time. He encourages congregations to ...
Present Yourself for Death…and Breath
Professor Stephen Geiger preached this sermon on Revelation 11:1-13 on Call Day 2008 at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary and was published in volume 105/4 (Fall 2008) of the Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly.