Faith and Pastoral Care in Modern Medicine

Lutheran Child and Family Services is hosting their fall symposium on November 17th at 9:00am. The speaker is Dr. Richard Gunderman, M.D., Ph.D Indiana Unversity / Riley Hospital The topic is “Faith and Pastoral Care in Modern Medicine” There was a time in which the church had a strong influence in the shaping of society. […]

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2017 Spring Symposium at Lutheran Child & Family Services

Lutheran Child & Family Services 1525 North Ritter Avenue, Indianapolis, IN

What: LCFS Spring Symposium Date / Time: May 18, 2017 @ 9:00am Topic: The Pedagogy of Faith Speaker: Rev. Dr. John Oberdeck – Concordia University Wisconsin Where: Lutheran Child and Family Services (1525 N. Ritter Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46219) Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-pedagogy-of-faith-lcfs-spring-symposium-tickets-31604760690 How do we teach the faith in a world that is rapidly changing? What […]

Lutheran Child & Family Services Fall Symposium 2017

Lutheran Child & Family Services 1525 North Ritter Avenue, Indianapolis, IN

It has been 500 years since our friend Martin Luther nailed the 95 theses to the church doors in Wittenburg Germany. It changed the church and the world. Better yet, it reformed the church and changed the world. That was then, this is now. Does the Reformation still matter? More specifically, does the theology of the Reformation […]

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2018 Spring Symposium at Lutheran Child & Family Services

The cross has a storied history for Christianity. This history is important to the church as we consider its use and message today. Dr. Roin Jensen of the University of Notre Dame will explore the history of the cross as the symbol of Christianity. Additionally, the conversation will explore other early Christian symbols (fish, anchor, […]