Wade Mobley


Articles by FBLCS President, Wade Mobley
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14/12/22

Why Life? 

In October, God blessed students and friends of the Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary with a visit from Megan Almon, a polished and experienced bioethics presenter. Megan applied pro-life
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02/12/22

Advent—Awaiting the Coming

This season, the season of Advent, has become one of my favorites. These days mark the start of the church year, something for which I gained an appreciation in pastoral
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04/11/22

All the “Shuns”

Toward a theologically robust philosophy of education  Meaningful work fills our days at Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary. Among other activities next week (like the 7th Annual Friends of
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28/10/22

Four Very Good Days

The past few years have made ministry success hard to measure. Several institutions of Christian higher education didn’t make it through the pandemic. Several others have experienced precipitously low enrollment.
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13/10/22

Of Accuracy and Precision

Last week I wrote about the need for Christians to SAY something rather than to rely on strategic ambiguity or opposition to other viewpoints. The Christian worldview depends on certain
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30/09/22

You’ve Got to Say Something 

[Jesus] said to them, “But who do you say that I am?”   Matthew 16:15 (ESV) One day Jesus instructed his disciples with a general question: “Who do people say
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16/09/22

Beginnings

We have just finished our third week–and first full week–of the new academic year at Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary. This is our 59th academic year, and we will
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05/08/22

I’m Glad I Came to FLBC

During my junior year at South Dakota State University (fall of 1994 if memory serves) I took an anatomy class for one of my humanities. It was a large class
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01/07/22

So Now What? Reflections on Dobbs and 50 years of Roe

Roe v. Wade and I were born in the same year. I have never known America without the ubiquitous ability to kill one’s own child. To date, some 63 million
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