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PS Portions – November 2016

Posted by LTSP Communications on November 27, 2016 at 6:50 am.

In November’s PS Portions, LTSP President David Lose reflects on “A Different Leader,” LTSP and LTSG Admissions Directors Nate Preisinger and Lauren Muratore share “A United Conversation,” Meet Your Advancement Team and learn more about the work they do for the seminary, along with upcoming special events (all free!), plus LTSP Notes and Class Notes.

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A Different Kind of Leader

Posted by LTSP Communications on November 26, 2016 at 1:05 am.

Almost every call committee I know, when searching for a pastoral candidate, has identified what it hopes its future pastor will be able to do: preach, teach, lead worship, pray, visit, extend pastoral care, and so on. That makes a certain sense and aligns with how we often think of leadership — leaders are the people who do things, who get things done, who take actions on behalf of their organizations.

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A United Conversation

Posted by LTSP Communications on at 12:55 am.

Recently, both Directors of Admissions for Philadelphia and Gettysburg seminaries — the Rev. Nate Preisinger and the Rev. Lauren Muratore — came together in beautiful Wissahickon Valley Park in Philadelphia for a candid conversation about United Lutheran Seminary (ULS). They shared their visions, hopes, and personal experiences, as well as touching on the critical tuition-free initiative, groundbreaking curriculum, and other visionary ideas and priorities that will form this new institution.

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Meet Your Advancement Team

Posted by LTSP Communications on November 25, 2016 at 5:18 pm.

LTSP’s reinvigorated Advancement Team is “an extraordinary group of strong and capable individuals who check their egos at the door, manifest true humility, and produce an extremely high quality of work,” according to Dennis Trotter, Senior Vice President for Advancement and President of the LTSP Foundation.

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“Afternoon with the President”

Posted by LTSP Communications on at 5:10 pm.

LTSP’s Office for Advancement recently sponsored an “Afternoon with the President” event at Luther Crest Senior Living Community in Allentown. It featured LTSP President David Lose, who presented his vision for United Lutheran Seminary and answered questions from the group.

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LTSP Notes – November 2016

Posted by LTSP Communications on at 3:01 pm.

In November’s LTSP News, information on a special retreat: Here Am I – Women Responding to God’s Call; and faculty updates from Prof. Nelson Rivera and Karyn Wiseman.

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Class Notes – November 2016

Posted by LTSP Communications on at 2:19 pm.

In November’s Class Notes, updates from the Rev. Maggie Spring Ainslie, MDiv 1999, the Rev. Dr. Kathleen Mills, MDiv, STM 2005, and the Rev. Ron Hari, MDiv 1987, and the death of the Rev. William E. ‘Sonny’ Hayman Jr., MDiv 1989.

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PS Portions – December 2016

Posted by LTSP Communications on November 23, 2016 at 2:37 am.

In December’s PS Portions, President David Lose talks about “Portraits of Jesus,” The Annual Advent Vespers in word and pictures, Advent Reflections, Tangled Blue – Songs and Stories for the Seminary Community, God’s Church worshipping on LTSP campus, and December Class Notes

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ATSI 2017 Applications Now Open

Posted by LTSP Communications on November 3, 2016 at 1:00 am.

The Asian Theological Summer Institute (ATSI) at LTSP is an annual mentoring program for doctoral students of Asian heritage. The 2017 Institute is Tuesday, May 30 – Saturday, June 3, 2017 – applications accepted through February 1, 2017. Learn more and apply online.

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