Connecting People to Christ

So they may discover their own calling as disciples.

Improving and sustaining the heart of the UNL campus

Our Faith

We serve nearly 700 students from a variety of faith backgrounds each year. We understand that for many, this academic season is both challenging and developmental, and our goal is to come alongside to assist and affirm students in their journey.

Our Concern

Our current building has long outlived its usefulness. After 60+ years of constant use we’ve identified major roof leaks, ceiling disintegration, irreparable termite damage as well as a need to update our antiquated and inefficient facilities. 

Our Mission

Our desire is to fully utilize the space we have on UNL’s campus in a way that serves our community. We truly think that building a new facility will allow us to maintain our history and provide exceedingly more ministry opportunities to the student population.

Perspective
February 13, 2019

A Conversation with a Bible-Believing Agnostic

“Don’t even get me started on religion,” David said. We were riding in a nondescript black sedan somewhere in Dallas, Texas, in-between our hotel and the Presbyterian Church we’d decided to attend that Sunday morning. I was sitting shotgun. Jenna, our Development Director, was…
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Perspective
February 6, 2019

Beautiful Boy: A Story of God

by Jenna Olson Popp I recently watched the movie Beautiful Boy on a flight home. Based on true stories, it chronicles the experience of a father walking alongside his son as he fights his years-long addiction to meth. Both the son (Nic Sheff) and…
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Perspective
January 30, 2019

Authenticity & Call

I’ve been thinking a lot about authenticity recently—which I’m sure surprises no one who knows me because this is the kind of thing I do. Everybody is talking about authenticity in one way or another, sometimes without even realizing it. “That’s authentic.” “That’s real.”…
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Perspective
January 24, 2019

Head Full of Cobwebs

from the Archives...by Pastor Adam Reinhold Niebuhr, the best-known American theologian of the 40’s and 50’s, once wrote, “The prophet speaks only when he is inspired. The parish preacher must speak whether he is inspired or not.” There is something deeply attractive to me…
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News
January 23, 2019

Alternative Spring Break Trip to Oaks

The Lutheran Center’s annual Alternative Spring Break trip will be March 16 – 22. The total cost is $280 (includes all travel, housing & meals while in Oaks). This year the group will travel to Oaks Indian Mission in Oak, Oklahoma. Oaks Indian Mission…
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Perspective
January 17, 2019

Laud & Fare

by Jason Davis, LC Seminarian Intern As a seminarian, I do a lot of reflection. So much so that I tend to generate gobs and gobs of paperwork full of said thoughts, feelings, and analysis. These writings are sent off to my seminary and…
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Connecting people to Christ, so they may discover their own calling as disciples.