In this devotion, William Waxenberg ’69 M.Div. reflects on how we use our wealth. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for September 16, 2022
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2022
4:00-6:00 p.m.—Campus Block Party with FREE Food, campus tours, rare book room tours. On the lawn between Olson Campus Center (OCC) and Gullixson Hall (GH)
6:30-8:20 p.m.—RFS 1 Classes on Campus
GH 306 CG 0525 – Congregational Care & Formation (Wallace)
GH 104 CL 4570 – Leading Change that Transforms (Binder)
GH 102 NT 0240 – Epistles (Fredrickson)
GH 103 NT 0245 – Epistles (Pietz)
OCC 10 OT 0115 – Law & Narrative (Schifferdecker)
GH 101 SG 0401 – Thinking Theologically (Malcolm)
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2022
8:00-10:50 a.m.—RFS Classes
11:30-12:30 p.m.—Pre-Ordered Lunches
12:30-4:20 p.m.—RFS Classes
All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to be part of RFS activities. Look for daily morning announcements during RFS 1, September 16-19 and RFS 2 September 21-24 around 9 a.m. (even on the weekend)! In addition to announcements that will give the days schedule we are excited to hold chapel on Saturday, September 17 from 11-11:30 a.m.!
We are excited that the Fall semester and return to courses are quickly approaching! Faculty and Staff are working hard to prepare for many of you to come to campus this fall for your Residential Focus Session (RFS) courses.
Take a few moments to review the following information:
This schedule includes information about chapel services, lunch options (free and pre-order), and beer and hymn events (on and off campus).
This document includes information about food on & around campus, library hours, signing up to get your ID & COVID protocols.
If you would like to have your student ID made during your time on campus for the RFS, please sign up for a timeslot on the ID sign-up spreadsheet.
When it is your time, stop by the circulation desk in the library (Gullixson Hall Level 2) to have your ID made. Please note that ID making is unavailable on Wednesday, September 21.
Please contact Peter Watters(email@example.com) with questions.
Luther Seminary’s Senior Admissions Counselor and Recruiter, Tim Schroeder (MDiv, ’18), has accepted an amazing vocational opportunity to work with Portico Benefit Services as their Regional Representative for Region 3 and parts of Region 4, serving as a rostered minister of the ELCA in a specialized call. Tim’s last day at Luther will be Wednesday, September 28.
This of course comes as a great loss to the Luther Seminary community, where Tim has served in the Admissions Office for four years on staff and another previous four years as a student worker. Tim has served his role accompanying discerning students with great dedication and integrity and we will forever benefit from his remarkable contributions in hospitality, recruitment, relationship-building, and advocacy.
Tim played an integral role in shaping Luther Seminary’s Welcome Statement, working tirelessly with his colleagues to move forward the work of the ABIDE committee, and advocating for inclusion and belonging as a daily practice in his life and work. Tim’s gift for welcome extended to his work to form the International Student Hospitality program in collaboration with ISSA and to move all of Admissions’ event and conversation offerings online during the challenging pivots of Covid-19.
His colleagues will miss his presence in our shared work and give thanks for his professionalism, giant heart, and lasting impact on our community. We look forward to seeing how God calls him forward in his life and ministry for the sake of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and trust that Tim will continue to widen the invitation to the table of grace for all people in his new call.
Please join us for a farewell and send-off for Tim on Wednesday, September 28 from 3:00-5:00 pm in the Admissions Office and lobby in the Olson Campus Center.