2010 Theological Conference

The Fifth Annual Theological Conference and Plenary Session of The Augustana Ministerium will be held May 17-19, 2010, hosted by Charity Lutheran Church, 1101 S.W. Wilshire Blvd., Burleson, TX and her pastor, the Rev. Dr. Kent Heimbigner.

This year’s conference theme, “Lives in the Balance,” focuses on how Confessional Lutherans go about equipping people for the world’s fight and the soul’s salvation. From education to citizenship, apologetics to the proper use of the Law and the Gospel to steer people away from both boredom and despair, the shape of the enemy’s weapons and our response to them will be brought into view.

Topic facilitators will provide pertinent background information on each topic for your conference preparation. A listing of these materials will be made available via both this website and our blog well in advance of the conference. Such advance preparation by attendees is strongly encouraged for informative and beneficial discussion at the conference.

The theological portion of the program is open to members and non-members, clergy and laity alike. The Plenary Session of the TAM will be open to all attendees, except during an executive session, should one be called. The cost of the conference will be $30. (For members of The Augustana Ministerium or The Augustana Confraternity, having paid your 2010 dues—$50 for Ministerium members, $40 for Confraternity members—will cause this $30 fee to be considered already paid. Thus, membership in the Ministerium or Confraternity is an amazing value for those who are able to attend the conference…and still a very good value for those who cannot attend!)

Details are at:

http://augustanaministerium.org/Conference

Rev. Dr. Steven A. Hein, Dean of Education
The Augustana Ministerium

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