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Lutzer was born as Erwin W. He is 77 years old. His dad did not have an easy life. Russia insisted that all of the Germans within its borders had to become refugees lest they side with Germany in the war. His parents met when both families relocated to the same part of rural Canada.

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Lutzer was born as Erwin W. He is 77 years old. His dad did not have an easy life. Russia insisted that all of the Germans within its borders had to become refugees lest they side with Germany in the war. His parents met when both families relocated to the same part of rural Canada. Erwin Lutzer Education He earned a B. He served as senior pastor of Edgewater Baptist Church, Chicago, from to In subsequent years, Lutzer has received two honorary doctorates, an LL.

In addition, they have three grown children and eight grandchildren. The church and its ministries have grown significantly under his leadership. On January 4, , at a Sunday sermon, Lutzer announced that he would be retiring from his senior pastor position at the Moody Church.

On the Sunday morning of May 22, , Lutzer preached his last sermon as Senior Pastor of the Moody Church and officially stepped down from the position. Lutzer speaks internationally at churches, conferences, and retreats. Furthermore, shot on location in Germany, won three regional Emmy Awards. Erwin Lutzer Speaking Schedule.

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Pastor to Pastor

Pastor to Pastor, Tackling the Problems of Ministry revised and expanded. Lutzer takes a fatherly approach to some key issues in pastoral theology. Some issues addressed include dealing with congregational expectations, surviving church disputes, dealing with problem people, dealing with church politics, restoration of fellow ministers, and burnout. He demonstrates wisdom and humility in his discussion of these issues and encourages the same approach in the reader. His insights are beneficial for a younger generation of ministers.

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