CCLE XXIII summer conference: vendor, advertiser, and sponsorship opportunities!

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education’s summer conference, CCLE XXIII, will take place on July 18-21, 2023 at Concordia University, Nebraska. This year’s conference theme is “Learning in the Two Kingdoms.” We are currently accepting conference vendors, advertisers, and sponsors. Additional print advertising opportunities are also available in […]

CCLE XXIII Summer Conference Registration

Grace, mercy, and peace to our CCLE friends in the name of Jesus Christ! 2023 is the 500th anniversary of Luther’s publication of Temporal Authority: To What Extent It Should Be Obeyed, in which he introduced the doctrine of the Two Kingdoms. This understanding of how God reigns over all things has important implications for Christians […]

Children’s Program: Position Announcement

At the CCLE XXIII conference in July, 2023, we be offering an enriching children’s track, our Grammaticus program, for attendees 12 years and under. We are seeking a Grammaticus program coordinator to develop and organize a 3.5 day children’s program with an emphasis on classical, confessional Lutheran content and will plan and/or coordinate lessons and […]

CCLE acknowledges the faithful service of Mrs. Cheryl Swope

Cheryl Swope

Blessings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! With deep gratitude, the CCLE Board would like to acknowledge twelve years of faithful service on the part of our dear sister in Christ, Cheryl Swope. She has served diligently and wisely, selflessly giving of her time, knowledge, and gifts for the furtherance of classical Lutheran […]

CCLE XXIII Plenary Speakers

Our summer conference, “CCLE XXIII: Learning in the Two Kingdoms,” will take place on July 18-21, 2023 at Concordia University, Nebraska. We are thrilled to announce that our plenary speakers for CCLE XXIII will be Rev. Dr. Geoff Boyle, Dr. Mark Kalthoff, and Rev. Dr. Adam Koontz.

CCLE XXIII Summer Conference: Call for Presentations

Greetings in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ! Calling all Lutheran educators, pastors, administrators, and home educators! The CCLE is planning our annual summer conference. CCLE XXIII will be held at Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska. The dates for the conference are July 18-21, 2023. Five hundred years ago, in 1523, Luther wrote, “Temporal […]

CCLE XXII Conference Videos Now Available!

We enjoyed gathering at Redeemer Classical School in July for our annual summer conference, CCLE XXII. The conference was a time of fellowship, learning, and refreshment. A selection of videos from this year’s CCLE conference are available to anyone via our YouTube channel here. If you attended the conference, you will receive a separate email with a […]

2023 Student Contests

Students holding awards

The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education (CCLE) is pleased to announce our student contests for 2023. Each year, our essay, penmanship, and recitation contests receive impressive entries from all over the country. Any student who attends a CCLE-accredited school or whose parent has CCLE membership is eligible to enter. Contest winners receive a cash prize, a […]

Call for Manuscripts

The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education is currently planning the next issue of the Classical Lutheran Education Journal (CLEJ), which will be released in the summer of 2023. The CLEJ provides useful, thought-provoking content for educators with a view to deepening our understanding of classical Lutheran education and honing our craft. The CLEJ editorial board welcomes article manuscripts, book reviews, […]

Classical Exemplar Excellentiae Domi Award for homeschoolers

Homeschool family

Calling all classical Lutheran home educators!  The Board of the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education is pleased to announce that applications are being accepted for the Classical Exemplar Excellentiae Domi award for home educators. CCLE has established this award for CCLE members who homeschool their children in order to: promote excellence in the practice and understanding […]