We gather at 11 a.m. Central in the Chapel of the Incarnation or online to welcome Joe Midthun ’10, rural pastor, on Tuesday, May 10.
Archives for May 10, 2022
The Stewardship Leaders Program, in partnership with Clergy Financial Resources, is excited to offer the final one-hour workshops on clergy taxes. Join us Monday, May 16, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Central to explore tax filing requirements.
May 16: Special Tax Filing Requirements for Clergy: Registration Link
Monday, May 16, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Central
- Filing requirements
- Understanding your W2 form
- Religious tax exemption
- Estimated payments
- Documentation and recordkeeping
Register today! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Spend time with us before your final finals, and get your clergy tax questions answered. Can’t make it? Register anyway, and we will send you a recording of the workshop.
Do you ever feel like we’re in the early stages of another reformation?
While studying Martin Luther’s struggles to guide the burgeoning Protestant movement for a history class, Dan O’Brien noticed similarities between Luther’s attempt to bridge divisions between reformers and the divisions that have emerged at Luther Seminary after the Enterprise Leadership Team refused to consider the Student Council’s proposal to become a Reconciling in Christ institution. And so he wrote a paper/article on the wisdom that Luther’s eight sermons at Wittenberg might have for the students, staff, and faculty at Luther Seminary today. Read his article at The Concord’s website today, and offer your own insights in the comments!
The Election Committee is pleased to announce the results for the Student Council Executive Committee election. Your elected representatives for the 2022-23 year are:
Lauren Mildahl, President
James Akuwa (Akuwa), Vice President
Emelie Clements, Secretary
Matthew Jewell, Treasurer
The Election Committee would like to extend a special thank you to all who ran, submitted nominations, and voted. Elections don’t happen without student involvement, and we’re grateful for your investment and participation in student leadership.
Student Council Election Committee