|Delton Glebe Counselling Centre, Dr. Kristine Lund on 570News (article & audio clip)
(Headline - Feb 09)
|Seminary hosts interfaith ecology service, supper and monotheism panel
(Campus Update - Feb 01)
|Delton Glebe Counselling Centre - Brand New Website Launches!
(Headline - Dec 11)
|Middle East peace-builder to receive global citizenship award from Waterloo Lutheran Seminary
(Headline - Oct 08)
|We're Hiring! Looking for Therapists to join The Delton Glebe Counselling Centre
(Headline - Aug 13)
People at Laurier
Going to Seminary can be a difficult experience for some people. It can be harder than what is expected because of theological or personal issues that arise. What happens at this Seminary is you give birth to yourself, and that can be a very difficult and trying journey - but one you wouldn't trade for the world. Some journeys take longer than others (I was horribly green when I started mine over fourteen years ago), but each one reveals God's truth in God's time. At this seminary, there are people who serve as mid-wives at this birthing process. Thanks be to God! Being a non-counselling academic-stream M.A. student here has given me a freedom I did not expect to find. Within the first two months, I had what could only be called a personal epiphany - both my plans and my life changed dramatically. The professors value each student individually, giving the student permission to let their true selves be revealed. If someone had told me when I started that I would be planning to pursue doctoral studies in theology, I would have laughed at the sheer ridiculousness of the thought. Now I would see them as being prophetic. I did not truly know what I was capable of doing until I had one very powerful conversation with a professor here that did more for me in 90 minutes than various others in the last twelve years. The next thing I know I'm preparing for future studies with a hope and a confidence I did not have when I started. I believe I am better prepared now for what direction my life will take because of the people I have met here. The words "thank you" are far too small to encompass my gratitude to the people here at WLS, but they are all I have.