Leon Rodrigues, Luther Seminary’s Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, will lead our Holy Conversation today and will be talking about the ABIDE document. We hope you can join us at 11 a.m. Central on Zoom for a time of learning together. The Zoom link will be included in the community announcements email.
Archives for April 27, 2021
We have come to the midpoint of our semester: a time when many of us feel burnt out, exhausted, fatigued, unable to bear the fruits of the callings God has placed on our lives.
During these challenging times, we turn our attention to our abiding God, the one who causes our branches to bear abundant fruits, even when our anxieties, weariness, and fears of inadequacy catch up to us.
We are led through a time of Morning Prayer by the songs and spoken words of Jonathan Rundman and D.J. Chatelaine.
Listen on the episode page or wherever you get your podcasts.
Again we are a target of an email phishing campaign. Scammers are targeting us nonprofits quite a bit.
The help desk has heard from several of you which is great as it means you’re alert to these sorts of things. Here’s some quick tips to refresh your memory.
What to look for:
– Urgent messages from a colleague (especially a person in authority) that ask you to write them back
– Look closely at the from: Is it a luthersem.edu address?
– Strangely formatted or unusually worded messages
What you can do:
– Mark the email as spam in Gmail (this trains Google to block these).
– Always call or email the person directly to ask if they contacted you (don’t reply to the questionable message).
The OT Information Security Program website has some phishing blog posts and a red flags tip sheet suitable for hanging next to your computer.