As part of our regular maintenance cycle, Moodle will be rebooted early Sunday morning (May 22). We anticipate an interruption of service of no longer than five minutes.
Archives for May 2022
In this devotion, Harvey Nelson ’71 M.Div. writes about the mutual exercise of love. Read today’s God Pause.
We gather in the Chapel of the Incarnation and online for student-led Morning Prayer.
Our last “Why Jesus” talk for this spring will be on Wednesday, May 25, at noon in OCC 10 (basement classroom). Our speaker will be Randy Kyle, chief human resources officer.
A community meal will be offered that day, so you are invited to get your lunch and then come downstairs to hear Randy offer his testimony.
“Why Jesus” is a series of talks designed to help build community here at Luther and to model the practice of Christian testimony. Speakers focus on two questions: “Why am I a Christian?” And “What difference does Jesus make in my life?”
For those at a distance who wish to participate, a Zoom link will be posted in community announcements early next week.
In this devotion, Harvey Nelson ’71 M.Div. writes about the contrast between our little world and God’s reality. Read today’s God Pause.
We gather in the Chapel of the Incarnation and online for worship with Holy Communion. Craig Koester, professor and Asher O. and Carrie Nasby Chair of New Testament, is the preacher.