Who: Theologically curious high school students (rising sophomores through graduated seniors) Caring for God’s Creation: Thinking Theologically About Ecology and Justice Students will study the ways in which Christians through history have thought about nature and the earth that we say is entrusted to our care. More importantly, the Institute will consider how Christians thinkRead More →

This timeless series, filmed in high definition, takes Martin Luther´s breakthrough understanding of Justification and Vocation and explodes it across God´s magnificent creation. It is a perfect tool to use for Adult Forums or community  conversations in a 6 session format. Intentionally non-partisan and aimed at finding common ground. EarthBound discussion guide and facilitator notesRead More →

Serious Sustainability is an educational website that views sustainability through a comprehensive lens, with roles for technology, government, private sector and individual citizen consumers. Includes an introduction to sustainability and why it is important, images, tools, papers and publications, “hot topics” and more. Learn more here. Read More →

This is a four week study intended for church adult education, college, or seminary classrooms. The study takes up the theme of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation coming that happened in 2017. Please consider adapting this this curriculum for use in your adult educational opportunities. Please contact the study guide’s author, Terra Rowe, with any questions. You can download theRead More →

A grant from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources allowed Luther College and the Decorah Raptor Resource Project to build an autumn migration banding station on campus, giving students unprecedented direct access to wildlife and conversation research.The banding station, located on Hawk Hill on the northeast edge of the Luther campus, is large enough forRead More →