Continuing her exploration of Luke 10, Brenda Ertl ’99 M.Div. points out that we don’t need to be superheroes to share God’s Good News with others. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for July 1, 2022
Congratulations to our colleagues celebrating work anniversaries in July!
Michael Binder – 3 years – Assistant Professor, Congregational Mission and Leadership
Dale Dobias – 2 years – Director of Library Services
Lois Farag – 17 years – Professor of Early Church History
David Fredrickson – 35 years – Professor, New Testament
Mark Granquist – 14 years – Professor, Church History
Guillermo Hansen – 14 years – Director, Advanced Theological Education
Mary Hess – 22 years – Professor, Educational Leadership
Cameron Howard – 10 years – Associate Professor, Old Testament
Rolf Jacobson – 19 years – Dean of the Faculty
Craig Koester – 36 years – Professor, New Testament
Karoline Lewis – 15 years – Professor, Biblical Preaching
Lois Malcolm – 28 years – Professor, Systematic Theology
Amy Marga – 16 years – Professor, Systematic Theology
Joy Moore – 3 years – Professor, Biblical Preaching
Alan Padgett – 21 years – Professor, Systematic Theology
Jennifer Pietz – 2 years – Assistant Professor, New Testament
Andy Root – 16 years – Professor, Youth and Family Ministry
Kathryn Schifferdecker – 16 years – Professor, Old Testament
Matt Skinner – 20 years – Professor, New Testament
Mark Tranvik – 2 years – Professor, Reformation History and Theology
Jenny Wocjiechowski – 3 years – Assistant Professor of Church History
Dwight Zscheile – 14 years – VP of Innovation
Gerri Stepanek – 10 years – Controller, Business Office
Peter Susag – 15 years – Library Services
Laurel Forsgren – 9 years – Office of Technology
Heather Hove – 6 years – Seminary Relations
Dan Sassenberg – 5 years – Seminary Relations
Arlene Flancher – 2 years – Center for Stewardship Leaders
Patty Horazdovsky – 5 years – Admissions
Gina Lotzer – 3 years – President’s Office
Mary Ann Teske – 34 years – Library Services
Jeni Grangaard – 2 years – Seminary Pastor
Professor Dirk Lang, currently on leave to serve the work of the Lutheran World Federation as deputy general secretary for ecumenical affairs in Geneva, Switzerland, shared the following sad family news:
“Dirk and Ilona’s son, Julien, passed away last week. Julien suffered from severe cerebral palsy since birth. We pray God send comfort for the whole family and to embrace them gently with peace. The funeral will take place sometime this summer in Winnipeg, Canada.”
One way the Luther Seminary Community can surround the family in addition to prayer, is to send a card or note to them at their home in Geneva:
Ilona and Dirk Lange
Chemin Daniel-Ihly 16
1213 Petit Lancy (GE)
If anyone would like to make a memorial contribution, the family is asking that it be in memory of Julien Lange to the special care home, St. Amant (Winnipeg), that cared for Julien in such an extraordinary way.
440 River Rd
Winnipeg, MB R2M 3Z9
Requiescat in Pace
As part of our regular maintenance cycle, Moodle will be rebooted early Sunday morning, July 3, around 7 a.m. We anticipate an interruption of service of no longer than thirty minutes.
Each degree-seeking student may request reimbursement towards payment of a licensed counselor and/or spiritual director for up to $300 per academic year. Please see the Emotional Well Being Guide for more information. Please reach out (with confidentiality) to email@example.com with any questions.
When you have receipts, please submit them in a timely manner through this form.
The Gullixson parking lot (off Luther Place, shared with Zvago) will be closed for repairs from 10 a.m. until approximately noon this Friday, July 1. The lot will reopen when repairs are complete. The Olson/Bockman lot (off Fulham) will be open.