In this devotion, Mark Osthus ’81 M.Div. writes about God’s faithful presence and care for all living things. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for October 18, 2022
Tuesday at 11 a.m. central: Service of the Word, with CPL mentor and rural pastor Salim Kaderbhai ’12.
Get ready for an intellectually and spiritually stimulating time with our first Pubs and Profs event! Dr. Steve Thomason, one of our new professors, will lead us in conversation about art and faith. Dr. Thomason is a pastor, cartoonist, and new professor in our Mission department at Luther and he will talk about how he has found intersections between his art and faith. Gather with him at Stout’s Pub on October 25 at 5 p.m. Appetizers will be provided. Students, staff, and faculty welcome!
Are you anxious about your financial wellness? Feeling a little financial fear in these days before Halloween?
Put your anxieties and fears to rest and have a conversation with Grace Pomroy to jumpstart your financial wellness. (There is no cost to you!) Grace is the Director of the Stewardship Leaders Program at Luther Seminary and a Certified Financial Educator. She offers grace, information, and support in a confidential, safe, and shame-free zone. Grace brings years of experience and has a passion for all things related to money and ministry.
To schedule an appointment with Grace, click here and choose the time that works best with your schedule. If you have specific topics you want to discuss, please note it when you schedule.
If you need an evening, weekend, or another time not available on the calendar, email Grace Pomroy (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make an appointment.
The Theology of Martin Luther (ST 2462/Winter Term) is open to all. It is an online course with an option for some Zoom meetings. Due to an oversight this class was previously restricted. It is now open to everyone. The instructor is Professor Mark Tranvik. Please feel free to contact him (email@example.com) if you have questions.
Please join members of the RIC committee for an informational session on October 18, 2022, at 11:30 a.m. This session will be a time for students to learn more about RIC and the committee.
In person: OCC Dining Hall
Zoom link will be shared via the community announcements email.