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What Makes A Vibrant Congregation? A Seminary Rediscovers Congregational Life

The Vibrant Congregations Project at Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota, aims to study thriving congregations in order to help striving congregations. In the process, the seminary will partner with congregations to re-form its curriculum so that its students provide leadership that fosters vibrancy in congregations. John M. Mulder discusses the program in this essay.

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