Project Connect offers a variety of resources on its Web site, including:
• Call stories of seminarians and pastors.
• “Calling Leaders for a Changing World,” a discernment tool that offers guidelines for vocation programs for young adults.
• Application forms for immersion grants.
• A secure database that leaders in ELCA regions 7, 8 and 9 can use to submit names of young adults with gifts for ministry.
For more information, contact: Don Johnson, Project Connect, 665 Eaton Rd., Freedom, NH 03836; 603-539-7257.
On the East Coast, many ELCA-related institutions—seminaries, colleges, camps, campus ministries, Lutheran Volunteer Corps, Lutheran Student Movement,
social ministry organizations and congregations—are working to double
the enrollment of young adults attending Lutheran seminaries by 2010.
|Charles Newman, pastor of St. Paul Lutheran, Decatur, Ga., talks with Krystle Davis, a student at Spelman College, Atlanta, about her summer immersion experience in the congregation. The immersion was made possible by Project Connect.|
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