The Cresset is published five times during the
academic year by the Valparaiso University Press as a forum
for ideas and informed opinion. It has been in existence since
1937 (located on the campus of Valparaiso University since 1951).
Essays, poetry, and reviews can be found within its pages. Pieces
in THE CRESSET cover various topics, and the religious implications
of those topics.
The Lutheran High Schools
Directory is maintained by the Office of Church Relations at Valparaiso
University, as a service to Lutheran high schools, the Association
of Lutheran Secondary Schools, the Association of Lutheran High
Schools (ALHS), and the respective schools offices of The Lutheran
Church-Missouri Synod, The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
and The Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.
the Day: Christian Practices for Opening the Gift of Time
by Dorothy C. Bass.
For busy people who see time as an adversary to be managed, manipulated
and controlled, this book provides a fresh vision of time as a
gift from God....
This Study Guide is prepared by Walt Wangerin,
Jr. and is designed to lead congregations and individuals on a
memorable Lenten journey.
Back to God
A new edition of the book
by O.P. Kretzmann first published in 1935.
to Live: Christian Practices for Teens
Like its parent book Practicing Our Faith, this
book advocates a set of Christian practices that are crucial
to human well-being and that, together, shape a life well lived.
Reflecting on and growing stronger in such practices, teens
encounter the possibility of a more faithful way of life, one
that is both attuned to present-day needs and taught by ancient
Student Focused Resources
Institutes and Retreats