In this devotion, Marlene Elmstrom ’94 M.Div. writes that in the gift of Jesus we have the assurance that we are not alone in our struggles. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for October 31, 2022
Chapel Bible Text Study
We gather online on Mondays from 9-9:50 a.m. central for an online Bible Study looking at Wednesday’s preaching text. Link will be provided in the community announcements email.
Second Annual Virtual Costume Contest
This Monday: Calling all spooky ghosts, celebrity look-alikes, and anyone who can “creep it real!” The Luther Seminary Community Facebook page will host the Second Annual Virtual Costume Contest on October 31. Entering is easy! On Halloween post a picture of you, your family, your kids, your roommates, or your pets in their Halloween costume on the Halloween Costume Facebook post. Our “spooookiest” library staff will be the judges and will reveal the three “hallow-queens” later that week. First place prize is a $25 gift card to your favorite national store, second is $20 and third is $10. Can’t wait to see all your “gourd-geous” costumes!
Director for Inclusion and Belonging Search Update
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.
Internship Application for AY 2023–24: Deadline October 31
Students planning to start your internship during the 2023–24 academic year, please be sure to complete your Internship Application by the deadline, October 31, 2022 (today). The application is available on the Contextual Learning webpage. Questions? Please get in touch with Contextual Learning to find out more: email@example.com.
DL Pubs and Profs with Lois Malcom
It’s your turn, DL students! Mark your calendars for November 17 at 6 p.m. CST for an incredible conversation with Dr. Lois Malcom. The night’s topic will be Forgiveness, Justice, and Reconciliation in Our Personal and Public Lives. Signups will be published Tuesday November 1 at 5 p.m. CST. Attendance will be capped at 12 people, so make sure you set an alarm to secure your spot! We are so excited and hope you are too!