In this devotion, Roger Haug ’75 M.Div. writes about meeting in God in the weak, outcasts, and vulnerable of society. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for September 20, 2022
Here’s the schedule of RFS activities for today and tomorrow.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2022
11:30-12:30 p.m.—Community Forum/All Hands Meeting
1:00- 2:00 p.m.—CPE ZOOM Information Session – Questions? Contact email@example.com
1:00- 2:00 p.m.—Ambassador Training – Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2022—RFS 2 BEGINS
9:00-10:50 a.m.—RFS 2 Classes on Campus
GH 104 – HC 0307 – History II (Granquist)
GH 306 – HC 2324 – Studies in Early Christianity (Farag)
OCC 148 – HT 0801 – Lutheran Confessions (Tranvik)
GH 103 – LD 0500 – Theological Frameworks for Ministry (Root)
OCC 10 – SG 0401 – Thinking Theologically (Marga)
GH 101 – SG 0405 – Leading Christian Communities in Mission (Zscheile)
GH 102 – ST 0440 – Triune God and the World (Padgett)
11:00-11:50 a.m.—Opening Convocation/Holy Communion
11:50-1:00 p.m.—Complimentary Community Meal Provided by Seminary Relations
12:30-4:20 p.m.—RFS 2 Classes
4:30-6:30 p.m.—Boundaries Workshop (food and beverages provided)
We are excited that the Fall semester and return to courses are quickly approaching! Faculty and staff have been 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.
Pizza will be served following the All Hands meeting today in OCC 10. Please stay and enjoy some pizza and visit with your colleagues or take a couple slices back to your desk. As usual, remember to bring your own beverage.
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.
Help us spread the word!
Sign up to become an ambassador and be part of the fun when Luther Seminary kicks off its seventh annual Give Day. The Give Day fun goes from Noon, September 21 to Noon, September 22. For 24 hours, this virtual fundraising event is an opportunity for alumni, friends, students, faculty, and staff to support the Sustaining fund. Matches and prizes will be available throughout the day.
Ambassadors act as peer-to-peer influencers through personal and professional networks, relationships and social media platforms. Leading up to the big day, we need your help in sharing news about the upcoming event, so we’ve put together a wide collection of easy-to-use tools that will help you.
How much time is needed?
We know everyone is busy, so that’s why we’ve made sure that becoming a Give Day Ambassador is simple and requires very little time outside of:
- A brief review of the Give Day toolkit and resources
- Spreading the word leading up to, and on, Give Day!
- Making a gift
How can I make an impact?
- Make a gift on Give Day
- Communicate with your network leading up to, and on, Give Day!
- E-mail friends, family and colleagues
- Share on social media
- Utilize the toolkit provided after you register for more ideas on ways to maximize your personal and professional social media networks
How do I sign up?