In this devotion, Mary Simonson Clark ’07 M.A. writes about how God chooses us for where we can best serve. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for June 17, 2022
Please join us at 11am Central in the Chapel of the Incarnation or online for a service remembering the Emanuel Nine. We will be led by liturgist Stacy Chavis, musician Yolanda Williams, and preachers Tracey Gibson, Latonya Fakir, and Brenda Johnson.
Join us after chapel for the following free meals during RFS and Intensives:
Friday, June 17- Piada Italian Street Food
Monday, June 20- Nacho’s Mexican
Wednesday, June 22- TBD
Friday, June 24- TBD
Most dietary needs will be accommodated. Please remember to bring your own beverage in an effort to help us reduce waste.
In the fall, Grace Pomroy and her husband plan to move to Washington state. In order to accommodate this transition in location, Grace’s role will shift from a “faculty and staff dual role” to a “staff with teaching responsibilities” role beginning July 1, 2022. While Grace will continue teaching both Funding Forward and Money & the Mission of the Church, she will no longer be an official member of the faculty. She will continue to be the director of the Stewardship Leaders Program, lead Luther’s financial wellness program, conduct research on more sustainable economic models for ministry, and help faith leaders and everyday disciples view their lives with money through a lens of faith. Grace will be working remotely and return to campus regularly. She looks forward to maintaining the rich relationships she has created with Luther’s staff, faculty, and students. If you have questions about Grace’s transition, please contact Dwight Zscheile email@example.com or Rolf Jacobson firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you passionate about exploring intersectional, Gospel-centered justice with other students? Are you interested in building beloved community with other students? Beloved Community Scholars program might be for you. This program requires regular attendance of meetings, five hours/week serving in a context participating in God’s justice work, leading in chapel and the MLK Event, as well as writing a reflective paper on the participants’ experience. If this sounds like a program that you would want to be involved in, please fill out an application.
If you have more questions, please contact David Scherer (email@example.com).
BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ students are encouraged to apply!
Dear Luther Community,
After nearly seven years of leadership in the contextual learning office, Karen Gieseke is ending her time with us. We are forever grateful for a colleague who has approached life from a place of abundance! She brought leadership to multiple areas at Luther Seminary: boundary workshops, teaching Strengths based leadership, tending internship teams, and leading Internship Cluster retreats for the ELCA Regions 1 and 3.
We will miss her creative and innovative spirit, and wish her well as she embraces new vocations and adventures in the years to come! If you’d like to express your well wishes and thanks to Karen, please do so on this Google form.
All other well wishes regarding this transition may be sent directly to Karen at her Luther email address: firstname.lastname@example.org prior to her final day, Friday, June 24.