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Archives for March 21, 2023
Tuesday Chapel: Isiah Dennis, ’22
We gather at 11am CST in the Chapel of the Incarnation and online for Chapel. We welcome Isiah Dennis, Luther Grad class of 2022, for a Service of the Word
Share your prayer requests.
BYO Board Game Night & Potluck
Tuesday, March 21st 4:30-7:00 p.m., OCC Cafe
Take a study break with us. Bring your favorite board game and a yummy snack to our BYO Board Game Night & Potluck. We’ll provide pizza (gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan options available) and soda. Gather with friends in the OCC Cafe for an evening of fun and friendship. Students, staff, faculty, and family are invited!
Sign up if you want to bring a dish or snack to share!
Lutheran World Federation Global Prayer for Peace
The Lutheran World Federation is leading a global prayer for peace service on Wednesday, March 22nd. In a global context where war and violence abound, particularly in Ukraine, Palestine, the Korean peninsula, Myanmar, and Ethiopia, the practice of peace has become more urgent than ever.
The online prayer service will begin at 3 p.m. CET (9 a.m. CT). Please visit this website to register.
Speakers: What answers does our theological education provide for the African context?
What answers does our theological education provide for the African context? Lessons from on-the-ground experience as pastors in South Africa.
Thursday, March 23, 2023. 5-7 p.m.
Event Address: Olson Campus Center, Dining Hall C
Refreshments will be provided by Sam Lauer (chef for the Lunch Church!)
Please complete a thank-you letter or two for scholarship donors
It is that time of the year again when most students are asked to write thank-you letters for scholarship donors. Many of you will receive an email sometime today reminding you to please go in and write a letter or two! If 70% of students who have been asked complete their letters, we will say “thank you” for saying thank you with an additional free lunch during the June intensives. Your letters need not be lengthy – just a few words of gratitude are very welcome. If you did not receive an email asking you to write a letter, don’t worry, there will be opportunities in the future for you to express your gratitude. Letters are due on April 2.