Rev. Heath Curtis

Latin, Greek, Hunter Education & Outdoorsmanship, Citizenship, Fitness, & Strength Training Teacher

Rev. Heath R. Curtis serves two rural parishes in southern IL where he lives with his wife and eight children. Since 2012, he has served as the Latin and Greek instructor for Wittenberg Academy where he teaches the Classical languages from beginning grammar to advanced, unabridged readings. In addition to the language courses, each summer he also teaches a class for young men (Citizenship, Fitness, and Strength Training) and each fall he teaches a course on Outdoorsmanship and Hunter Safety. Since 2013, he has served the Synod as Coordinator for Stewardship. In his spare time he is an assistant editor for the works of Johann Gerhard and translator for Luther’s works (from the Latin). His recent books include Stewardship for the Care of Souls (with co-author Rev. Dr. Nathan Meador; Lexham Press); Five Things You Can Do to Live a Jesus-Centered Life (CPH) and Stewardship Under the Cross: Stewardship for Confessional Lutheran Parishes (