Grow in Grace

The Institute for Pastoral Growth at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary ~ partnering with pastors for lifelong growth in all their callings

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2017 Celebrations of Ministry

Every year, Grow in Grace celebrates milestones in ministry with the Celebration of Ministry retreats in San Antonio. This year the celebrations included members of the graduating classes of 1992, ...

Ministry Evaluation Packets

Grow in Grace has produced Ministry Evaluation Packets to encourage pastors annually to assess from a law and gospel perspective all their God-given callings (child of God, pastor, husband, father, ...

Summer Quarter 2017 Online

Each year, Summer Quarter offers a variety of online courses to accommodate pastors who are not able attend Summer Quarter on WLS campus. Because these courses offer flexibility to a ...

Light on the Path Calendar

This Google calendar offers daily Scripture readings in Hebrew and Greek. Each day contains links to the verses in the STEP Bible, Scholars’ Gateway, and Logos. It can be connected ...

 

Grow in Grace was established in 2010 to strengthen and expand how WLS offers resources and support for the growth of pastors in all their God-given callings with a special emphasis on spiritual and professional growth.

Resources

 

Grow in Grace delivers informal resources useful for individual or group study that assist pastors to grow in all their callings.

See, Your King Comes…to You!

Dear Brothers, Because Jerusalem is surrounded on every side by hills higher than the city itself, it remains a hidden jewel to approaching Passover pilgrims. But very near their journey’s ...

Four Branches March 2017

Jump to: Exegetical Systematic Historical Practical   Exegetical Theology: Easter - The Father Testifies It almost sounds like a scene from modern-day, post-truth, Twitter-storm politics. The Pharisees challenge Jesus, “Here ...

Thirst-Quenching Grace for Each Day

Dear Brothers, The essence of our public ministry vocation is offering the water of life that alone satisfies perfectly and forever thirsty human hearts. Logic would suggest that those who ...

Is God a Moral Monster?

  “Is God a moral monster?” This is the question apologist Paul Copan seeks to answer in response to the harsh criticism from New Atheists about the monstrous God found ...