Dear Lord – may you move the hearts of our young people to come to MLC to train for the ministry.

Dear Lord – may you move the hearts of our young people to come to MLC to train for the ministry.

The need is great but the workers are few. Thank you also for the privilege to work with these wonderful young adults on campus and share in their journey to serve their Lord and Savior. Thanking God for MLC today and every day!

– Mrs. Martens

Lord of the Church, you have promised to provide pastors and teachers for your church.

Lord of the Church, you have promised to provide pastors and teachers for your church.

You have also promised that there will always be a plentiful harvest and not enough workers for the harvest field. We praise you today for the work of Martin Luther College in training those future pastors and teachers you provide and pray that many more young men and women would consider offering themselves for service in your Church. You declare that those who desire this work desire a noble task. Help us encourage more to seek out this noble task and grant that Martin Luther College continue to prepare them to be instruments of your peace. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

– Benjamin Tomczak, MLC 2002

My wife and I are grateful for the quality, Christian training

My wife and I are grateful for the quality, Christian training

Martin Luther College provided to us. It is our prayer that the Lord continues to bless the ministry done at MLC, and the Holy Spirit continues to move young adults’ hearts to enter into the full time ministry as “the harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.

– MLC Graduate, 2009

Dear heavenly father,

Dear heavenly father,

We thank you for providing these young men and women with caring parents, teachers, and pastors who have encouraged them on their way to service for you. May you continue to guide them as they begin their service to Christ Jesus carrying the gospel message to all parts of the world. Encourage, guide, and bless them with a servant’s heart that they may joyfully and enthusiastically proclaim his name, Our Savior, to the world. In his name we pray, Amen.
Joan M Richards