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The Lutheran Hour with Dr. Gregory Seltz

A Living Hope in a 'Dead as Doornails' World

April 23, 2017

Last week, Christians all over the world celebrated Easter, Christ's resurrection. But this week, it's back to the weary world where life is hard. Pastor Gregory Seltz says we do well to remember: Christ is still risen.

References: 1 Peter 1:3-9

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About The Lutheran Hour

The Lutheran Hour featuring Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz is Lutheran Hour Ministries’ flagship Christian outreach radio program with over 1 million listeners and airing on more than 1,600 stations across North America, as well as on the American Forces Network.

Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM) is a trusted expert in global media that equips and engages a vibrant volunteer base to passionately proclaim the Gospel to over 51 million people worldwide each week.

About Dr. Gregory Seltz

The Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz serves as the Speaker of The Lutheran Hour radio program, a position he has held since 2011. He also serves as Lutheran Hour Ministries’ spiritual leader, evangelist, and ministry emissary with The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod (LCMS) and Lutheran Church – Canada (LCC).

Before joining Lutheran Hour Ministries, Dr. Seltz served as Director of the Cross-Cultural Ministry Center, professor of Theology, and overseer of the master’s program in Theology and Culture at Concordia University in Irvine, California. He was also the founding pastor of the first new Lutheran mission start in more than 40 years in New York City (Church for All Nations – LCMS).

Dr. Seltz holds a bachelor’s in New Testament-Biblical Languages, a Master of Divinity in Systematics-New Testament, a Master of Sacred Theology in Systematics and a Doctor of Divinity degree from Concordia University. He lives with his family in St. Louis, Missouri.

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