As authorized by the WELS Constitution and Bylaws, all WELS pastors, male professors and teachers, and voting members of WELS congregations can submit comments.
According to the WELS Constitution and Bylaws, ministerial education schools, boards and committees, and subsidiaries may ask WELS pastors, male professors and teachers, and voting members of WELS congregations to nominate qualified individuals for called positions and/or board positions. Current nomination alerts are listed below.
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN SEMINARY
As authorized by the WELS Constitution and Bylaws, the Governing Board of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, Mequon, Wis., invites WELS pastors, male professors and teachers, and voting members of WELS congregations to nominate a qualified . . .
• active pastor to serve as professor of New Testament and homiletics (preaching). Each nominee should be committed to the seminary’s mission of preparing men for service as pastors in the synod’s congregations and mission fields. He needs to have an evangelical approach to ministry and the demonstrated ability to communicate clearly truths gained from an in-depth study of Scripture. Since he will be asked to serve as part of a faculty in the work of training men for pastoral ministry, he needs to be able to work collaboratively with colleagues. The nominee must have both the academic aptitude and the willingness to pursue an advanced degree to support his work in teaching New Testament courses. This is to fill a vacancy created by Prof. Richard Gurgel’s acceptance of the call to serve as president of Martin Luther College, New Ulm, Minn.
All nominations must be received by Dec. 26, 2019.
WELS FOUNDATION BOARD
As authorized by the WELS Constitution and Bylaws, the Synodical Council of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS), invites WELS pastors, male professors and teachers, and voting members of WELS congregations to nominate a qualified . . .
• layman to serve as a director of WELS Foundation, Inc.
WELS Foundation exists to help God’s people support gospel ministry through WELS. It serves WELS members and ministries by administering planned gifts for the benefit of national ministries, congregations, and other WELS-affiliated ministries. As a member of the board, a director acts in a position of trust for WELS Foundation, WELS, and charitable ministries affiliated with WELS. The board is responsible for the business and affairs of WELS Foundation.
All nominations must be received by Jan. 2, 2020.
There are no current nomination alerts
You will need to fill out a new form for each position for which you are requesting nominations.