“He Is Risen!” Easter Crosses Planted on Campus

Nichole D’Onofrio Brings Long-Held Tradition to WTS Master of Divinity student Nichole D’Onofrio began in the Fall of 2019 as a distance learner in southern California. She had roots in Iowa and fell in love with the community at WTS and decided to move to Dubuque with her family to become a residential learner beginning…

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Tina Beauvais’ Fieldwork Story: Before and During COVID-19

Master of Divinity Student Tina Beauvais’ Story Originally published in the Spring 2020 issue of the LifeTogether Magazine, Tina Beauvais shared her fieldwork story with us. As the world rapidly changed around us during the COVID-19 pandemic and physical distancing measures, so did Tina’s fieldwork experience. Read her very different experiences below – both before…

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Our Life Together: COVID-19 Response

Wartburg Theological Seminary COVID-19 Response as of May 5, 2020 In our ongoing efforts to care for one another and our neighbors, Wartburg Theological Seminary has put into place temporary policies that will remain effective through Tuesday, June 30th—with a possibility to be extended or rescinded before that time—to help us steward our shared life…

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Belief and Unbelief: God on Your Brain

Prolog Week Convocation Part of WTS Science for Seminaries Grant Work Who are we? What is our place in the cosmos? What is the meaning of life? These are just some of the questions Dr. Jake Kurczek, Loras College Assistant Professor Neuroscience and Psychology, led with during 2020’s first convocation (regular and intentional community dialogues)…

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Getting to Know Our Interim President

An Interview with Dr. Kristine Stache Stache has served Wartburg Seminary for 14 years in various roles on the faculty and in administration. She took on the role of Interim President beginning January 1, 2020. How has your sense of call at WTS changed over the last 14 years? I have to chuckle as I…

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