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Hoffmann Lecture Series
October 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Remembering the Future: Exploring an Ancient Model of Making Disciples for the 21st Century
The speakers will propose a model of making disciples that advances the Church’s mission by transforming congregations. This model, rooted in practices from the ancient church, is embodied in thriving congregations across racial and socio-economic boundaries. This event is FREE and open to the public.
Rev. Dr. Kent Burreson
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and
Dean of the Chapel at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis
Dr. Rhoda Schuler
Term Professor of Theology and Interdisciplinary
Studies at Concordia University, St. Paul
The annual Hoffmann Lecture seeks to foster CSP’s ongoing Lutheran commitment to Christian mission and outreach. The
Hoffmann Lecture Series celebrates the life and ministry of Rev. Dr. Oswald Hoffmann. For more information about CSP’s
Hoffmann Mentoring Initiative to prepare students for leadership throughout the church and the world, please visit www.
csp.edu/soluschristus or contact Rev. Dr. Mark Koschmann, CSP’s Fiechtner Chair in Christian Outreach.