The Australian Lutheran College (ALC) Board of Directors is now a calling body of the LCA/NZ. The General Church Board (GCB) approved the change, which is purely procedural, after a request by the ALC Board earlier this year.
The only attribute defining a ‘typical’ student in Australian Lutheran College’s Discover program is a willingness to complete theological study while engaging in a local ministry to explore God’s call. The first student cohort includes women and men, young and old, and full-time and part-time.
Australian Lutheran College (ALC) launched Discover in 2020. The only attribute defining a ‘typical’ Discover student is a willingness to complete theological study while engaging in a local ministry to explore God’s call. Recognising the whisper of the Holy Spirit is just the start.
In partnership with the LCA SA–NT District’s mission department, Australian Lutheran College (ALC) is conducting a research/training project in worship design and leadership, supported by an LLL mission grant.
In former LCA Vice-President, the late Dr John ‘Joe’ Strelan, ‘God gave the church a special gift’, says Dr Vic Pfitzner. Dr Strelan, who served in the role now known as assistant bishop from 1987 to 1998, died on Saturday, aged 83. Dr Pfitzner, who was principal of the then Luther Seminary from 1989 to… Read more
In Dr John (Joe) Strelan, God gave the church a special gift, a pastor, missionary, theologian, teacher, and writer who could communicate the gospel with rare clarity and teach the profound truths of the faith with rare simplicity.