Rev. Gregory Seltz speaks at 2015 Annual Reformation Service in Sacramento

Rev. Gregory P. Seltz, Speaker of The Lutheran Hour, served as the Speaker for the 70th Annual Reformation Service in the Sacramento Valley.  His topic was "Reformation, Living Fearless Lives of Faith".  

Pastor Seltz has held the position of Speaker of The Lutheran Hour since February 2011.  As Speaker, he serves as the featured speaker on Lutheran Hour Ministries’ flagship Christian outreach radio program, which airs on more than 1,350 stations across North America as well as on the American Forces Network. He also serves as the organization’s spiritual leader, evangelist, and ministry emissary with The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) and Lutheran Church—Canada (LCC).  

Before joining Lutheran Hour Ministries, Seltz has previously served as the Director of the Cross-Cultural Ministry Center as well as professor of Theology at Concordia University in Irvine, California; Executive Director of Life’s Journey Ministries, an urban, not-for-profit evangelism ministry in Manhattan, New York; founding pastor of the first new Lutheran mission start in New York City in more than 40 years (Church For All Nations—LCMS); and pastor of congregations in Dallas and Tampa.

The well attended service was held at Town and Country Lutheran Church in Sacramento, California.  To view a video of Rev. Seltz's message, click here.