presenters can't fit our usual weekends, we have occasionally
done retreats for all Lay School Members, below you will
find some highlights of past retreats.
Voices of the Reformation Era"
April 7-8, 2006 session of "Luther and the Reformation Era" was
with Dr. Jane Strohl, Professor of Reformation History and Theology
at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary (www.plts.edu)
in Berkeley, CA. Her earlier scheduled weekend class was postponed
due to illness.
topic was "Other Voices of the Reformation."
Who were the people that the Lutheran Confessions label as "our
opponents" and what were their positions? Included were:
The Catholic Reformation and the Council of Trent, the Reform tradition,
both the Zwinglian and Calvinist movements, the Anabaptists, and
Retreat - October 29-30, 2004
It Like to Be
a Lutheran in Malawi?"
Joseph Bvumbwe of
the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Malawi took us on a journey
through the birth, growth, and ongoing development of the
ELCM. Emphasis was on how the church is trying to impact
the many social issues facing the people of Malawi. This
open to all congregations of the Synod. This was the only
opportunity to meet with Bishop Bvumbwe while he was here
completing his doctoral thesis.
Lutheran Church was the host site, with overnite facilities provided
at Luther Park Bible Camp, Chetek, WI.
to Hand on the Faith" - Fall, 2003
retreat was led by Paul Hill and David Anderson, and based on
their new book "Frogs Without Legs Can't Hear."
was held at Luther Park Bible Camp.
to the LSM Home Page.