Dr. Mark Mattes Lectures on Hebrews

September 2, 2010

Mount Carmel has posted another series from a 2010 Summer Family Camp, this time from Dr. Mark Mattes entitled “All God’s promises are Yes.” These four lectures are a study of the book of Hebrews and are commended to you. All this fantastic audio and video is available to you for free, download the MP3’s […]

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Contending for the Faith

August 31, 2010

Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Carson City, NV will host Dr. Adam Francisco in an Apologetics forum September 11, 2010. “Dr. Adam Francisco will help walk us through the reasons why we share our faith and how to devend it in our increasingly unbelieving world. This is an excellent opportunity to learn to ‘Contend for the […]

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Classic Gerhard Forde Audio

August 25, 2010

We have been working with Mount Carmel Family Camp to bring some classic Lutheran audio and video to you. We are happy to announce the first two lectures (out of five) from Gerhard Forde. We know you will enjoy this series, we will give you an update when the remaining tracks are live. Also available […]

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New Videos available on our YouTube Channel

August 20, 2010

New content going up on Wittenberg’s YouTube Channel Dr. Rod Rosenbladt and Dr. James Nestingen in a Table Talk format.

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Wittenberg Institute Celebrates the Anniversary of the Augsburg Confession

June 1, 2010

Challenges & Opportunities for Lutheran Congregations Clergy Event  Friday, June 25th 10:00 am to Noon (Lunch Provided) Lay Event  Monday, June 28th 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Reformation Lutheran Church is proud to host two Wittenberg Institute events led by Dr. James Nestingen and Dr. Rod Rosenbladt. Join us and bring your questions as Jim […]

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The Death of Higher Education

May 11, 2010

Here is an interesting post about the state of American Higher Education. Seth Godin has a very insightful take on the situation. The coming melt-down in higher education (as seen by a marketer) via Seth’s Blog by Seth Godin on 4/29/10 For 400 years, higher education in the US has been on a roll. From […]

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