LTSP Alumni talk about Ministry and LTSP

An extended interview with LTSP alumnus the Rev. Romeo Dabee (MDiv '05, STM '12), JFK Airport Community Minister at Christ for the World Chapel, JFK International Airport, New York, a ministry of the Council of Churches of the City of New York. Pr. Dabee continues in a 47-year line of airport chaplains going back to the beginning of the JFK ministry in 1964.

Read the text interview in the LTSP 2012 Annual Report of Donors. 

The Rev. Khader El-Yateem and the Rev. Khader Khalilia, alumni of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, tak about the challenges and rewards of ministry in a multicultural, multiethnic, multifaith community in Brooklyn, NY. Salam Arabic Lutheran Church is the center of the ministry done by these Palestinian Christians. See the story starting on page 14 of PS, the magazine of LTSP. (Update: The Salam congregation and Pr. El-Yateem have moved to a new location, 414 80th St, Brooklyn, NY. Pr. Khalilia is now the assistant Pastor of St. Andrew's Lutheran Church in San Mateo, CA.)

As highlighted in the Spring 2009 issue of the seminary's magazine, PS, LTSP alums Pastors Michael Bodnyk and Mark Swanson talk about their congregations' important multi-year gifts to support seminarians through the Leadership Fund, and also talked about their experiences in ministry and at LTSP.

Pastor Michael Bodnyk, Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church, Whitehall, PA

Pastor Mark Swanson, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Blue Church, Coopersburg, PA


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