For more than 50 years, Lutheran and Catholic scholars have met to tackle serious questions of faith and doctrine. This year, Justin Nickel, Ph.D., joined the conversation.
Now the public safety chaplain for the City of North Myrtle Beach, S.C., Jay Ortiz pursued his path to chaplaincy with continuing education at LTSS.
Kjell Bakken, M.Div. '26, followed his curiosity all the way to the 13th Lutheran World Federation Assembly in Poland to connect with the worldwide church.
Matt Hansen, M.Div. '24, left marketing to answer the call to ministry. At the 13th Lutheran World Federation Assembly, he found the intersection of his past and future career paths.
The Lenoir-Rhyne will sponsor and host the university’s second annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Prayer Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 15.
The contribution to the Internship Support Fund will help student interns fund professional wear, commuting costs, temporary housing and more.
In September, two LTSS students joined the gathering of global Lutherans in Poland, where helped promote a message of unity, inclusivity and sustainability.
Lenoir-Rhyne welcomes Chase Cross, director of development, who brings energy and passion to philanthropy.
Lenoir Rhyne celebrates the success of Giving Tuesday, an annual global giving movement for the causes and organizations we care about most.
Newly appointed assistant provost Michael McGee has done a little of everything at LR. His newest role may be the most exciting one yet.
Inspired by tribal leaders, the Native American Student Association shares experiences, history and traditions to promote cultural understanding and appreciation.
Over the years many students have played the role of Joe Bear. Where are they now?