In this devotion, Robert Hansen ’72 M.Div. writes that in Jesus Christ our relationship with God is rock solid. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for February 13, 2023
Post Evangelical Meet-Up with Prof. Steve Thomason
All students are invited to the Post-Evangelical Meet-Up with Prof. Steve Thomason, Sunday, February 19 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. This event will offer a chance for students with experience in evangelical or fundamentalist faith traditions to share their experiences and to unpack together why we have moved away from those traditions and what things we might still cherish from them. The event will be held in person in Gullixson 102 (with free pizza!) and via Zoom (see email for link). Contact Lauren Mildahl (lmildahl001) with questions!
Join us virtually Wednesday February 15 at 12 p.m. CST to play in a battle of wits. You and your team of 4 (you can create teams beforehand or be randomly assigned) will compete in a battle of wits for fabulous prizes—a $5 gift certificate to any national brand of your choosing per winning team player. This is open to all student, staff and faculty. DL, residential, and commuters welcome! See email for Zoom link.
Questions? Contact Natalie (email@example.com) or Community Life (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Overflow Parking and Winter Restrictions
With increased numbers on campus over the Spring RFS, overflow parking has been cleared in the lot between Stub and Northwestern Hall. Please adhere to any parking signs currently in place and familiarize yourself with the city of St. Paul snow emergency parking rules. Check out this link for a map to the main parking options on campus.
ELCA Candidacy and Endorsement Info Session
If you are entranced in the ELCA and wondering what comes next, please join this info session on Monday, February 27 at 2 p.m. (central). This Zoom will cover information about the next steps in candidacy, how to prepare for endorsement, and when to begin that process. You can RSVP here to receive the Zoom link or a recording of the session.
Native American Spirituality Course by Dr. Kelly Sherman-Conroy
The Lutheran Center for Faith, Values, and Community at St. Olaf College is sponsoring an online community education course on Native American Spirituality led by Luther Seminary alum Dr. Kelly Sherman-Conroy during the Spring of 2023. This course will explore Indigenous perspectives on spirituality, language, voice, history, interpretation, and values.
When: Thursdays (February 23–April 27 with no meeting on March 30 and April 6) from 6:30–7:45 pm on Zoom; one in-person gathering on Thursday, April 13 with Dr. Gwen Westerman
Cost (for all classes): $10 for students; $25 for staff/faculty, alumni, and parents; $50 for community members.
Register here. Registration is open and all are invited to participate!