Greetings in the Name of Christ from ILT. We pray that all of you are well during this time of uncertainty. Every day seems like a new day as things change in response to both COVID-19 and the resulting economic situation. We will continue to pray for all of you that God will watch over and protect you. Regardless of the times, there is a growing need for pastors. ILT will continue to serve congregations by preparing pastors to teach and preach the Word of God. This year, ILT was granted permission to offer both associate and baccalaureate degree programs. We announced a few weeks ago that in the fall we will be offering course for an Associate of Arts in Ministry and a Bachelor of Arts in M
“Peace,” said our risen Lord Jesus Christ, and again, “Peace!” (Jn. 20:19 & 21). This greeting, “Peace,” from the newly resurrected Savior to disciples locked away in their room, fearful of the same mob that had crucified Jesus, is Jesus’ greeting to all those terrified… to those caught up by the chaos of life where predictability, security, and safety had now been overwhelmed. Yet, Jesus’ establishment of peace proves not to be dependent upon external circumstances nor upon internal feelings; his peace is established despite them. Jesus’ peace comes from the reality of the New Creation which is entirely trustworthy and is grasped with faith, established in faith, and enjoyed by faith. To qu
The Institute of Lutheran Theology (ILT) is happy to announce that it will be offering undergraduate programs in the fall of 2020!
ILT faculty submitted Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Ministry degree programs for approval by its accreditation agency, the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). We were notified yesterday that ILT is approved to offer these programs.
The Associate of Arts in Ministry (A.A.M.) program is a 63-credit undergraduate degree program designed to help prepare people for contract call, missionary, church planting, or other specialized ministry work. Students who complete the A.A.M. program can work in the specific ministry context of their c