Dear Luther Seminary students and CYF alumni,
It is my great pleasure to announce our 13th annual CYF (Children, Youth, and Family) Prize winners for 2021. These winners will join the following:
Rebekah M. Moir and Willian Tyler Park in 2020; Gloria Osemenam and Deomie Lynn Perez Rivamonte in 2019; Billie Jo Wicks and Megan Floyd in 2018; Kate Knutson and Briana Morris-Brock in 2017, Christian Gonzalez and Molly Schroeder in 2016, Corey Lange and Kayla Billings in 2015, Ali Ferin and Culynn Curtis in 2014, Kyle Zvejnieks and Aaron Fuller in 2013, Andrew Kellner and Karen Gieseke in 2012, Katy Vitek and Amber Espinoza in 2011, Matthew Mass and Marcia Evenson in 2010, Paul Clark and Derek Tronsgard in 2009. (See past winners projects and presentations on the CYF Scholarly Work page.
2021 winners are:
Jenna Bergeson – Confessions of a Soon-To-Be Pastor: What My Time Outside the “Lutheran Bubble” Taught Me About Testimony
Lara Moll – Moving Toward Embodiment: Bridging the Gap Between Christian Summer Camp and the Church
Phyllis Tettey – Discipleship: Leading Young Adults to Participate In God’s Mission in a Secular World
Join me in congratulating them, and all of our seniors, for wonderful work!
Andrew Root, Ph.D.
The Carrie Olson Baalson
Professor of Youth and Family Ministry