In today’s God Pause, Nicole M. Garcia ’18 M.Div. reflects on coming together after a time of isolation. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for April 20, 2023
11 a.m.-12 p.m. CT in the OCC Dining Room
Speaker: Michael Binder, Assistant Professor of Congregational Mission and Leadership
Free lunch in the OCC Dining Room! The in-person event is still scheduled to go on as planned, however, our usual online offering through Zoom will be canceled due to staff illnesses.
The Luther Seminary choir will be practicing today at 4:30 p.m. CT in the OCC music room (basement across from OCC 10). All are welcome to join, regardless of singing experience!
NOTE: previous announcements have had this practice taking place in the chapel. This event has since been moved.
Have questions about the Fall 2023 Curricular Refresh? Dean Rolf Jacobson, Sarah Luedtke-Jones, and Ashley Wheeler will be hosting the help session today at 12 p.m. (Central) on Zoom. See link in the Community Announcements email.
We have ONE MORE Pubs and Profs this academic year! Join Dr. Tranvik at Stouts Pub May 1st at 5 p.m. as we talk about the Lutheran Theology of Baptism! As always, apps and soft drinks are on us! Come through and spend time with your peers and your pals!
Are you interested in participating in Word & World as a student member of the Editorial Board?
Word & World is the quarterly journal of Theology for Christian Ministry published by the faculty of the seminary. Its work is guided by the staff and an Editorial Board made up of seven members of the Luther faculty and two students. The students are full-voting members of the board. Both student slots are open for next year, starting July 1, 2023.
Membership on the board is voluntary and unsalaried, but students do get the opportunity to participate in the life of a significant theological journal. Duties include regular attendance at board meetings (perhaps two or three per year) and thoughtful contribution to the board’s work, including bringing ideas for issues and authors. All students, in any program, are eligible.
If you would like to be a student board member for 2023-2024 please reply both to Prof. Alan Padgett (Board Chair) and Prof. Mark Granquist (Editor) with a note that spells out your interest in the position, your availability to serve, and your qualifications. Include your year, program, and anticipated graduation date. To be considered, these must be received by Friday, May 14, 2023. Let us know, too, if you have further questions.