“The Preaching Office” Join us May 31st and June 1st in Iowa!

Iowa District East Symposium 2018
May 31 – June 1
“The Preaching Office”
Io-Dis-E-Ca 3271 Sandy Beach Rd NE, Solon, Iowa 52333

The Symposium will be held at Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca, 3271 Sandy Beach Rd NE, Solon, IA 52333 on Thursday, May 31st and Friday, June 1st.

Sign-in begins at 12:00 on Thursday with opening service at 12:30, and the Symposium concludes with Vespers at 4:00 on Friday. Lunch will be provided on Friday.

Registration will be $45, which includes a room and lunch at camp. (Wives
and family are free.)

For those staying the night, we will be having gemütlichkeit (beer and snacks) and a bonfire.

Papers to be Presented
Priest and Prophet of the Old Testament – Rev. Alex Post
Priesthood and Preaching Office: Eternal or Not? – Rev. Andrew Preus
J.P. Koehler and the Wisconsin Synod’s Position on Ministry in the Church – Rev. Michael Holmen
Internet and the Pastoral Office – Rev. Jonathon Fisk
Man Thinks, God Directs: A Look at Theological Education During the Carolingian Renaissance – Rev. Travis Berg
History and Practice of the Call in The LC-MS – Rev. Dr. Brian Saunders

Please rsvp so that we can prepare enough food for the event.
Contact –
Rev. Michael Kearney [email protected] or (641) 373-3202

About Pastor Andrew Preus

Pastor Andrew Preus is the pastor of Trinity Lutheran/St. Paul Lutheran, Guttenberg/McGregor, IA. He is the eighth of eleven sons, with one sister. He received his seminary training at Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Catharines, ON (MDiv) from 2009 to 2013, and Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN (STM) from 2013 to 2014. His main theological interests include Justification and Church and Ministry. He is married to Leah Preus (nee Fehr), and they have four children: Jacob, Solveig, Kristiana, and Robert.


“The Preaching Office” Join us May 31st and June 1st in Iowa! — 5 Comments

  1. Looks like some interesting topics and speakers. I’m not a pastor, but I’d love to hear some of these presentations; will they be recorded and shared for viewing? Thanks!

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