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To The Ends Of The Earth -Second-Generation Americans at MLC

The late 19th-century classrooms of our predecessor institutions, Northwestern College and Dr. Martin Luther College, were full of second- and third-generation Americans. These students’ parents and grandparents had emigrated primarily from one country: Germany. More than a century later, many WELS schools are seeing an upswing in second-gen Americans again—not from Germany, but from Laos, […]

To The Ends Of The Earth – International Students

Twelve international students from five different countries are enrolled this year at MLC. We’d like you to meet one of them: Jiacheng (Nicholas) Liu Senior, Secondary Physics Ed & Secondary Math Ed Jiacheng (Nicholas) Liu (St. Martin-Watertown SD) is a native of Shanghai. He graduated from Great Plains LHS in 2015. How did he know […]

To The Ends Of The Earth -STUDY ABOARD

Martin Luther College’s International Services Office and various professors help students coordinate long- and short-term study abroad trips that can change their lives and their future ministries. In the 2017-2018 school year, 73 students studied abroad, almost double the number of just two years earlier. Here are a few of their stories. Ireland Abby Enstad […]

To The Ends Of The Earth – TEACHING ABROAD

The Gospel in VIETNAM James Schlieper ’16 taught English to three levels of children (age 4, 8, and 12) at an ILA English Center in Ho Chi Minh City for 15 months in 2017 and 2018. His teaching overseas was coordinated by Friends of Vietnam, a nonprofit started by members at Peace in Jesus in […]

Welcome, Class Reunions

Five groups totaling more than 250 attendees came to campus to celebrate, reminisce, and reunite in the past few months. Are you part of a class celebrating a milestone year in 2019? Looking to bring your team, cast, or friend group together on campus? We’d love to have you here on the hill. Contact the […]

Hosting Student Teachers— A Ministry of Hospitality

It was easy for Ginger Oestreich (Morning Star-Jackson WI) to list a dozen reasons why she and her husband, Mark, have hosted MLC student teachers. “Being able to see what the Lord was doing with these kids and knowing some lucky classroom was going to receive one of them is probably the best reason,” she […]

Best Online College in the Nation!

SR Education Group just named Martin Luther College’s Graduate Studies program the 2018 Best Online Christian College in the nation! Using affordability and academic rigor as its criteria, this group evaluated all 328 accredited Christian colleges in the United States that offer at least one fully online program. MLC offers three degrees comprised of eight […]

A Summer of Serving our Savior

by Julia Schibbelhut ’21 (St. Paul-Onalaska WI) CAMP PHILLIP: What’s your idea of a perfect summer? For 22 students at MLC, there’s no place they’d rather be than Camp Phillip—a summer camp in Wautoma, Wisconsin. These camp counselors don’t just jam out with kids around the campfire, lead adventures on the ropes course, and perform […]

2018-2019 Martin Luther College Governing Board

The MLC Governing Board met September 27-28, 2018, on campus. They participated in Bible study, heard reports, discussed multiple topics, and acted on the following issues: Calls: Approved the calling of one teacher candidate to serve as physical education professor and coach. Costs: Approved undergraduate tuition, room & board increases of 3% for 2019-20. Concurrently […]