Satellite Summer Quarters, 2021

In 2019 Grow in Grace began a new approach to Summer Quarter, offering no classes on campus in that year, but taking classes to whatever districts were willing to host courses. We then established an ...

“A Change of Perspective” Mark 9:2-9

There are certain times in life, certain events in life which cause our perspective to change, correct? Perhaps it was graduating from high school (or maybe even grade school), and the recognition that a “chapter ...

Preach the Word – January/February 2021

Joy and Confidence from the Basics - Part 3 I watch a pastor from three rows behind and a little to the left. He is celebrating 25 years in the ministry. He is listening to ...

Book Review: Blood Work: How the Blood of Christ Accomplishes our Salvation

Overview Anthony J. Carter is lead pastor of East Point Church in East Point, Georgia and a member of the council of the Gospel Coalition.  He is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary. Author Anthony ...

Only God’s Vision is 20/20

As this year’s theme suggests, who wouldn’t enjoy having 20/20 eyesight or perfect vision to always make the right decisions as we go through life? Unfortunately, we know that as humans we never have perfect ...

The Great Giver Moves Us to Give to His Mission

As a WELS Christian giving counselor, I have the enjoyable task of connecting with people like you who support various synod ministries including the valuable work of training pastors through Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary (WLS). These ...

Four Branches – December 2020

Jump to: Exegetical Systematic Historical Practical Exegetical Theology: Tell Me Up Front – More on Topic and Focus We’ve seen two reasons why words are moved to the front of the clause: As foci, to ...

Longtime Seminary Family Members Retire

Curtis Wenthur and Linda WenthurDirector of Buildings and Grounds & Campus Grounds Team Curtis and Linda Wenthur have been mainstays on the seminary campus. Curtis joined the staff in June 1986 as the campus grounds ...

Unforeseen Blessings through Grow in Grace

Prof. Richard Gurgel has taught at the seminary since 1999 and has served as the director of Grow in Grace since 2010. In October 2019, he accepted the call to serve as the president of ...

Another Wonderful Opportunity

In summer, 2020 a generous donor offered a matching grant to the Grow in Grace endowment fund. We have been blessed that a second donor stepped forward to offer another matching grant, matching up to ...