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Giving to WTS

WTS counts on partnerships with individuals like you in the work of forming leaders for God’s mission. Your gifts and prayers strengthen and sustain Warburg Seminary’s mission in the life of the church. The quickest and most efficient way to give is using our online form.

Donor Stories

Dr. Gerald R. Kleinfeld’s Donor Story

New Legacy Plan Supports Student Scholarships As a committed and faithful Lutheran, Dr. Gerald R. Kleinfeld believes deeply in the message of Jesus Christ, to love our neighbors, and to live a life of generosity. “All that I have does not belong to me,” Gerald said. “We are God’s stewards for a time, and then…

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Rev. Glen H. & Shirley Beito Gronlund’s Donor Story

Donors Pledge $100,000 to WTS Endowment Ever since Rev. Glen Gronlund graduated from Wartburg Seminary in 1959, he and his wife Shirley Beito Grondlund have been driven to give back in support of the future of the church and the seminary. Throughout their lives of service, Glen served as a pastor, as a leader in…

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Reflections on a Life of Advocacy for Namibian Independence

Ilah Weiblen’s Story FIRST PUBLISHED IN A 2016 ISSUE OF THE LIFETOGETHER MAGAZINE. “It was part of daily life. We always joked that someday she’d be arrested for political activism. [Her] belief in reaching out to the world and to other people was just part of our lives from the time when I was small.”…

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Ken Becker: A Generous Heart

Meet Ken Becker! Son, father, brother, former savings and loan executive, World War II B-17 navigator, proud University of Wisconsin alumnus, person of faith, philanthropist, all describe long-time Wartburg Theological Seminary supporter Ken Becker.

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Carl and Valerie Rausch: The Ripple Effect

Carl and Valerie Rausch have deep connections to Wartburg Seminary. Carl’s grandfather, Emil Rausch, was a graduate and served as Wartburg Seminary’s 5th President. Carl also served on the Wartburg Board of Directors for twelve years and the Foundation Board of Trustees for seven years.

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