In today’s devotion, Loren Barker ’84 M.Div. reminds us to listen for the voice of Jesus in the world. Read today’s devotion.
Archives for April 27, 2023
Join us in the OCC Dining Room
11:00 a.m. CT Thursday, April 27th
Lunch Church x Why Jesus?
This month’s speaker is Dave McEachron, MDiv Student
“Why Jesus” is a series of talks designed to help build community here at Luther and to model the practice of Christian testimony. Speakers (faculty, staff, and students) focus on two questions: “Why am I a Christian?” And “What difference does Jesus make in my life?” Lunch is provided.
Zoom is available, see the link in Community Announcements email.
You can also find the previous Why Jesus? talks on Moodle.
Choir practice will be held at 4:30 p.m. CT in the OCC music room (in the basement across the hall from OCC 10). All are welcome to join, regardless of experience!
Students, do you have questions? We can help!
Ashley Wheeler (Candidacy) and SLJ (Course Planning) and other staff special guests to be announced. We will be available the following Thursdays in the spring at noon CT:
4/27 – Zoom
5/11 – OCC Dining Room
5/25 – Zoom
Zoom links will be included in the Community Announcements email.
If we don’t have the answer, we’ll help you get in touch with someone who does!
If you have questions or aren’t available at those times, please email email@example.com.
Emelie Clements is the new co-chair of the RIC Committee. The RIC Committee is hoping to increase presence on campus at events like the Trans Day of Visibility service, town halls, and more information about serving a first call at a RIC institution.
If you would like to join the RIC Committee, or have a concern you’d like to bring to the committee, please email Emelie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see round two of our FAQ response to your questions regarding the curricular refresh. This week we are focusing on residential requirements and contextual requirements. We will continue to build on this document as we confirm the information and provide clarity.
Have more questions? Join us today for the Help Session on Zoom at 12 p.m. Central, see Community Announcements email for the link.