In today’s devotion, Nicole M. Garcia ’18 M.Div. reflects on freedom from fear. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for April 19, 2023
Nominations are now open for the 2019-2020 Executive Committee of Student Council. The four positions open for nominations are President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
Position descriptions can be found in the Constitution document, located at https://inside.luthersem.edu/students/student-organizations/student-council/
Please follow this link to offer your nominations: *you need to be signed into your Luther Sem email in order to access the form.
Nominations will remain open through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
If you have any questions, please direct them to the Student Council E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Elections will be held Wednesday May 1 – Friday May 3, 2019.
The Restorative Justice Circle for Students scheduled for this Wednesday, April 19 from 9 – 10:30 a.m. will be postponed until further notice. We will keep you posted when another opportunity to participate is available. Thank you.
Book a room at the Fairfield Inn for you or your guests’ room for Commencement Weekend! Rooms are $84 per night and offer a complimentary breakfast and shuttle to and from the hotel for both ceremonies. Reserve now before things fill up for summer. Be sure to use this link to receive special seminary pricing!
Pricing and availability with expire on April 20th
Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary will be offering a Chaplaincy Discernment course May 15-26, 2023 via Zoom.
MIN 580 Military Chaplaincy Discernment
This seminar course examines the unique ministry of military chaplains. It provides students an opportunity to begin or deepen a discernment process regarding military chaplaincy. Course activities and student requirements focus on helping students gain a better understanding of this specialized ministry and their suitability for military chaplaincy. The seminar examines religious identity, principles of chaplaincy practice, and ethics for military service. Topics address the history and practice of military chaplains during war and peacetime in a variety of settings. The course also explores pastoral care for military members, veterans, and family members affected by service.
The instructor is Captain Brian J. Stamm (Virgina Synod), Chaplain Corps, US Navy, who oversees chaplains across US Naval Fleet Forces as well as all Navy chaplaincy activities in North America. Capt. Stamm has served in a wide variety of chaplain positions, including having designed and taught Navy chaplaincy curriculum to chaplains.
Interested students should complete the ELCA Cross Registration Form, found on the Registration page of MyLutherNet.