In this devotion, Wayne Peterson ’81 M.Div. writes about our tradition of preparing for worship by confessing our sin, confident that God forgives. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for October 25, 2022
It’s a HalloweeK battle of wits! Come on over to the OCC dining room after chapel for a spook-tacular session of Pizza and Trivia perfect for the end of Spooky Season! Pizza is from Toppers, and Gluten Free and Dairy Free options will be provided.
TONIGHT! 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 TONIGHT at Stout’s Pub, Tuesday, October 25 at 5pm. Appetizers will be provided. Students, staff, and faculty welcome!
Please RSVP and indicate your carpool needs here: Pubs and Profs – Google Sheets
Three finalists have been invited on campus and will do a public presentation on October 26, 27, and November 1. The candidates have requested that we hold their names in confidence until the day of the interview. All presentations are scheduled for 12:30–1:30 p.m. in OCC 10. Please come and support the candidates and listen to their presentations. For those who can’t attend in person, Zoom link will be provided in the community announcements email.
Come and celebrate Reformation Day early with the 500th anniversary of the printing of Luther’s September Testament in the Rare Book Room. On display will be a facsimile of the September Testament with information on the historic translation and woodcuts, plus see a replica of the papal bull that excommunicated Martin Luther from the Catholic Church.
Join us in the Rare Book Room:
- Tuesday, October 25: 11:30am-1:30pm
- Wednesday, October 26: 12:00pm-2:00pm
- October 31-November 2: By Request in the Library 10am-4pm
Completion of the Boundary Workshop is a requirement for every student in every degree program. You are encouraged to complete this requirement as soon as possible—preferably within your first semester.
This academic year, the Healthy Boundaries Workshop is divided into two parts. Part I is a synchronous training (in person or on Zoom—format indicated in registration form) and Part II is an asynchronous training completed in a Moodle course. Completion of BOTH Part I and Part II are required in order to fulfill the Boundary Workshop requirement.
Pre-registration is required prior to each workshop. Part I will be offered via Zoom on Monday, October 31 at 2:00 p.m. CST.