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ILT Open House: Coming Soon!

Just a reminder: The ILT 2020 Open House is next week Tuesday (June 2nd) at 6:30pm Central Time. Do not miss this chance to learn about how ILT is doing and what we are looking forward to in the future. Click here to view Dr. Bielfeldt’s recorded message, and email Leon Miles to RSVP and receive a Zoom link to the Open House, or with any questions you may have. This open house will be a time for President Bielfeldt to update the ILT community on our financial position, program development, student body, and what may come for the future of ILT. Topics to be addressed include: ILT’s response to COVID-19 Current Financial Situation Homeschool Program Development Undergraduate Degree Development

2020 Open House

The Institute of Lutheran Theology continues to grow. Please follow this link to President Bielfeldt’s yearly address to see how things are continuing to grow and change at ILT. To give you the opportunity to learn more about ILT, you are cordially invited to the ILT online open house scheduled for Tuesday June 2 at 6:30pm Central Time. This open house will be a time for President Bielfeldt to update the ILT community on our financial position, program development, student body, and what may come for the future of ILT. Topics to be addressed include: ILT’s response to COVID-19 Current Financial Situation Homeschool Program Development Undergraduate Degree Development Seminary Overview Gradua

End of Fiscal 2020 Fundraising Letter

Greetings in the Name of Jesus Christ, our Risen Lord! As I write this, I fully realize that the world has changed. The worldwide response to the threat of the coronavirus has eventuated in millions of people losing their jobs and a strong contraction of the gross domestic product. People have lost their livelihoods, their businesses, and significant parts of their retirement portfolios. Medical care has diminished, and hunger has increased. I realize all this as I send you our annual end-of-the-academic and fiscal institutional needs appeal. It has been a very bad year for the business of higher education. Large institutions are announcing losses in the hundreds of millions and many smaller

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