Concordia Catechetical Academy

of Peace Lutheran Church—Sussex, Wisconsin

What is the CCA?

The CCA is an auxiliary organization of Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, Wisconsin made up of Lutheran pastors and laymen. The Academy is dedicated to the promotion of Luther’s Small Catechism and faithful Lutheran catechesis. The CCA produces catechetical materials and sponsors seminars and lectures on subjects related to catechesis. The Annual Symposium on Catechesis is an event sponsored by the CCA on the third Thursday and Friday in June.

2019 CCA Symposium

Catechesis and Lutheran Schooling in a Hostile Culture
June 19-21, 2019
featuring:
Rev. Peter C. Bender
Pastor, Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex WI
Director, Concordia Catechetical Academy
“An Educated Exile in a Foreign Land:
A Case Study in the Prophet Daniel”

Dr. Susan S. Mobley
Professor and Chair of History Dept., Concordia University Wisconsin
“How to train our youth aright:
A Vision for Lutheran Education during the Reformation”

Rev. Fredrik Sidenvall
Rector of L. M. Gymnasium, Gothenburg, Sweden
“Hold On to Your Kids!
A Christological Understanding of the Authority of Father and Mother"

Nathaniel and Joy Pullman
Headmaster, Redeemer Classical School, Fort Wayne IN
Executive Editor, The Federalist
“No Family Is an Island:
Developing a Strong Church Community Helps Keep You and Your Children in the Faith”

Rev. Dr. Alfonso O. Espinosa
Pastor, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Irvine CA
Vice-chairman, Board for National Mission of the LC—MS
“Parents in the Culture and Under the Cross”

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The Catechist

The Lutheran Catechesis Blog

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