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Entries by Leah Matzke
We’ve been streaming morning chapel (10:15 Monday-Friday) for several years. Now we are also live-streaming evening chapel, where young men like senior education major Benjamin Olson (Beautiful Savior-Spooner WI, pictured) lead worship for the student body. Worship with the students, and pray for these young men as they share the gospel and improve their speaking […]
MLC’s online blog presents provocative issues in education. Read. Be inspired. Add to the discussion. Here’s a sample of recent blogs. Read the full articles and the discussions that ensue at blogs.mlc-wels.edu. Lutheran Principals Can Strengthen Schools by Listening by Eric Ziel The Principal’s Critical Role with New School Families by Allen Labitzky Words Printed […]
By Sports Information Director Mike Gibbons This winter, change came to the Martin Luther College men’s basketball program, as Greg Holzhueter ’10 took over for Jim Unke DMLC ’83, who had served in that role for 19 seasons. It marked the end of a 34-year coaching career for Unke that started at East Fork […]
By Dr. James Grunwald DMLC ’76 MLC Director of Academic Computing & Online Learning Imagine high school and middle school students being able to attend a course taught from a Christian perspective no matter where they live. With ALHS Online, students can do just that. ALHS Online is an online course service provider that allows […]
Join the Service and Cross Cultural Learning Committee (SCCLC) as they celebrate U.S. minorities by sharing different home mission fields, minority perspectives, and ethnic foods on campus. Click here for the full week schedule and videos!
Dr. Carl Schalk, noted Lutheran composer, author, and lecturer, gave a lecture in the Wittenberg Auditorium before the MLC Christmas concert December 3. In honor of the Reformation anniversary, Schalk presented “Luther on Music After 500 Years: Paradigms of Praise Revisited.” Dr. Schalk taught church music at Concordia-River Forest (now Concordia University Chicago, or CUC) […]
This presentation by Prof. Em. Arnold Koelpin will provide an overview of the Martin Luther: Art and the Reformation exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. It also aims to assist in understanding the world of Martin Luther, his boyhood and training, his struggle as a monk with church reform, and his main contributions to […]
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