In today’s devotion, Mark R. Peterson ’81 M.Div. reflects on information overload. Read today’s devotion.
Archives for August 21, 2023
Designed as a three-week online course from August 21-September 8, students commit about four hours of self-paced work in the first two weeks, followed by attending various Zoom sessions in the third week.
During these weeks, students learn how to use Moodle (our learning platform), gather resources, build community, and get acquainted with academic requirements and student life opportunities.
There’s no need to sign up; incoming students receive an email when the course opens!
Questions? Email email@example.com.
The Post Evangelical Meet Up Group is working on scheduling a time to meet in the coming semester. If you are interested in attending, please fill out this survey at your earliest convenience!
The Post Evangelical Meet Up group is for members of the Luther Seminary community (students, faculty, and staff) who have had experience in more Evangelical or Fundamentalist traditions but have now moved into the Mainline. We are basically a support group, a safe place to process the nuances of the things we might miss or treasure from our evangelical experiences as we explore the reasons we had to leave that tradition. The idea is not to retraumatize anyone or just hate on evangelicalism, but to have thoughtful conversations with others who have made this transition and support each other when things come up that are theologically confusing or painful. Reach out to Lauren Mildahl (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to learn more!
Volunteers need to join a choir on Monday, August 28, 2023 for a commemorative procession and concert curated by G. Phillip Shoultz, III, Associate Artistic Director of VocalEssence. We are looking for 75-100 volunteer singers to join a community choir from around the Twin Cities metro to mark the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Featuring Jovonta Patton, Joe Davis & the Poetic Diaspora, Threads Dance Project, Thomasina Petrus, and rising local spoken word artist Eshay Brantley, the coalition of choirs will join these artists in their music and additional musical numbers as we remember the past, ground ourselves in the present, and look to the future.