Concordia University Texas has Bible experts and a wealth of resources.
Contact Concordia for speakers, Bible study leaders, or other resources for your church events.
Our Concordia professors are expertly skilled in many and various topics dealing with matters of both the Old and New Testaments. Whether it be a unique understanding based upon the original Greek or Hebrew text or insights based upon careful comparison of parallel passages, our scholars want to share their expertise. Allow Concordia to supply your church with Bible study leaders. Either supply your own topic or allow our experts to teach on their topics based upon their extensive research in their own areas of interest.Chapel Speakers
Is your day school or summer camp in need of a chapel speaker? Concordia can send someone from our faculty or staff to give Christ-centered messages that are appropriate for any age group or special event.
We have a number of qualified and experienced individuals that can help congregations with preaching and delivering appropriate messages for worship services, official acts, or special events. Sometimes churches are vacant and need help because they don't have a shepherd of their own. Or perhaps a pastor needs a break or a little help for one reason or another. Many simply want to support their university and realize the value of having Concordia be a part of the life of the congregation. In any case, we're here to partner with you.
Check out our available guest speakers.
Retreats are a time of growth and renewal. They are a special time to set aside our normal activities and focus on education, spiritual growth, and rest. At Concordia, we can help by facilitating a retreat and connecting you with resources, facilities, and leadership. Whether your focus is on missions, team building, Bible study, or some other area, we can help. We have experience in providing retreats for men, women, youth, adults, families, and those who are retired.
One advantage of partnering with Concordia is being part of such a unique community. Here, we have many fellow clergy members who have a heart to support and encourage parish pastors. Not only do we have an insight into some of the special considerations involved as a shepherd of the church, but we also offer a safe and confidential place to bring issues of casuistry. From time to time, we all need to lean on our brothers in ministry. Let us help. We are eager to develop relationships with our churches and their pastors.