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Adam Dougherty

Adam Dougherty ‘19: Theological Depth of Program Prepares Alum for Youth Director Calling

Posted on 8/27/2019 - 4 minute read

Adam Dougherty ‘19 felt an internal call to the Theological Studies: Christian Education Leadership and Director of Christian Education (DCE) program at CUI, trusting in the academic rigor and the theological depth of the program to prepare him to be a well-educated student and minister in the LCMS.

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Noks Shabalala standing in front of flowers.

Fluent in the Language of Faith

Posted on 4/25/2019 - 4 minute read

Noks’ journey spans four continents, takes place in multiple countries and crosses three oceans. As a child, Noks was never alone. The same is true today. It is clear that God’s Spirit has been her companion and guide every step of the way.

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Brenda Segovia

Brenda Segovia ’15: In the Mud with Those in Need

Posted on 3/1/2019 - 3 minute read

I do a lot of work with Rio Grande Valley Mission Action Council (RioMAC), a collaboration of twelve Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod churches in the Rio Grande Valley which focuses on unity within our circuit, within our individual congregations and within our communities. We also engage in outreach, specifically to those who do not know how incredibly loved they are by Jesus. Our outreach efforts have placed us in some very unlikely places and situations, which make for interesting ministry stories

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Tags: Magazine, Spring 2019

Shea Pruhs

Pre-Deaconess Alumna Profile: Shea Pruhs '13

Posted on 10/19/2017 - 1 minute read

Shea Pruhs, an alumna of Concordia University Irvine, on her experience in the Pre-Deaconess Studies program.

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Great Commission Showcase

Great Commission Showcase

Posted on 3/17/2017 - 3 minute read

Taylor Holland (Kelso) '17, the 2016-2017 Great Commission Showcase winner, discovered her new life goals through an unexpected medical emergency.

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Tags: medical, development, leadership, community

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