In this episode, Dr. Brad Pribbenow is joined by Daniel Berge (co-host of EWRW Podcast; Professor of NT) and Dr. Gaylan Mathiesen (Professor of Missions and Evangelism) to discuss the three presentations given by them at the 2020 LBS J-Term (January 2020). It’s an engaging discussion that explores and applies their presentations to the ministry of the local church today.
This podcast presents Dr. Gaylan Mathiesen’s lecture from the 2020 LBS J-Term detailing the 5th century missionary work of Patrick among the Irish/Celtic people.
In this podcast, Dr. Daniel Berge considers the NT’s teaching on evangelistic engagement. This presentation is taken from the 2020 LBS J-Term.
With this podcast, we begin a 4-part series based on presentations from the 2020 LBS J-Term. In this first presentation, Dr. Brad Pribbenow (Dean of LBS and Professor OT) explores the motivation, movement, and methods of evangelistic engagement in the Old Testament.
Dr. Brad Pribbenow is joined by three guests for an insightful and thought-provoking discussion of the 2019 J-Term seminar on “Ministry to Millennials” by Greg Anderson. Roundtable guests include Rev. Alan Johnson (Sr. Pastor, Regeneration Church, Sammammish, WA), Rev. Jason Lang (Sr. Pastor, Word of Life LBC, LeSueur, MN), and Josiah Militzer (Youth Director, Oakhill Church, Bloomington, MN).
Show notes (book information)
Jean M. Twenge, iGen: Why Today’s Super-Connected Kids are Growing up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy–and Completely Unprepared for Adulthool–and What That Means for the Rest of Us (New York: Atria Books, 2017)
David Kinnaman, UnChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks About Christianity…And Why It Matters (Baker: Grand Rapids, 2007).
Christian Smith, Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of American Teenagers (New York: Oxford, 2005)
This is the final portion (3 of 3) of Greg Anderson’s 2019 J-Term Presentation entitled “Ministry to Millennials.” In this installment, Greg offers eight “moves” the church can make to more effectively engage and minister to millennial individuals. At the end of this session is a short Q&A with some of our J-Term attendees.
This is part two of a three-part presentation given by Greg Anderson at the Lutheran Brethren Seminary’s 2019 J-Term. In this podcast, Greg discusses some of the unique needs and characteristics of the millennial generation and how the Church can better understand and minister to this generation.
This is part 1 of a 3-part presentation by Greg Anderson (president, Inspiration Point Christian Camp and Retreat Center) given at the 2019 LB Seminary J-Term. In this session, Greg sketches a picture of the millennials compared to previous generations.
In this third and final part of Dr. Boe’s 2019 J-Term presentations, he helps us consider what from our denomination’s history needs to be recaptured and allowed to inform our current and future ministry as a church family.
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In this 2nd part of Dr. Eugene Boe’s 2019 J-Term presentation, he explores some of the convictions which led to the founding of the Church of the Lutheran Brethren in 1900, including what makes our tradition unique among other church bodies.