In this devotion, Stephen P. Kristenson ’74 M.Div. reflects on our need for liberation from the power structures which perpetuate the reign of power over others. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for October 6, 2023
We gather at 11:00 a.m. CT in the OCC Dining Room and on Zoom for Lunch Church.
Speaker: Steve Thomason, associate professor of spiritual formation
Free lunch is available!
Here is a document providing bios for people running for the Student Council. We are still waiting for some nominees to accept and/or send in their bios, so feel free to check this document periodically for updates.
Elections will be held next week, beginning Monday, October 9 at 8:00 a.m. CST and will run through Wednesday, October 11 at noon Central. A link will be sent when elections are open.
Rachel Wyffels and Sarah Yotter
Luther Seminary gear is available to purchase!
- Hoodies (Maroon or Grey) $35
- Crewneck (Maroon or Grey) $33
- T-shirts (Black or Maroon) $25
- Sweatpants (Maroon or Grey) $35
- 1/4 Zip Sweater (Grey) $44-$49
- Ladies Cardigan (Grey) $58-$62
- Vest (Black) $52-$55
- Luther Seminary Welcome Sticker $5
The items will be printed and shipped to buyers directly in November.
What is a pocket survey?
These are short surveys to gauge your views about your experiences on campus. These should be distributed monthly and be based on a different topic each month. Responses will be shared with the Luther community. The “pocket survey” will take at the most five minutes to complete on a computer, tablet, or a phone. Taking the survey is voluntary, but we urge you to share your thoughts! These are confidential and anonymous. You don’t have to answer questions you are not comfortable with. We do ask for demographics as part of our commitment to inclusion and belonging. We want to acknowledge and respect how diversity influences perspectives.
What are the details?
The first pocket survey will focus on technology on campus. It opens Monday, October 2 and will close at the end of the day on Monday, October 9. You can access the survey via QR codes listed on posters around campus or follow this link to the survey.
Please contact the Office of Institutional Research (email@example.com)
Steve Eighmey, Custodial Supervisor, decided to pursue alternative opportunities, and as a result, he has tendered his resignation. While we understand that abrupt departures can be challenging, we want to express our gratitude for Steve’s contributions during his time with us. Steve has been an integral part of our team, and he made significant contributions to elevating cleanliness with his eye for detail, and his commitment to students was notable. We acknowledge that life circumstances and career aspirations can change, and we respect Steve’s decision to move forward on a different path.
The operations team remains committed to supporting our employees, and we continue to take the necessary steps to ensure coverage of Steve’s responsibilities. We appreciate your understanding and support during this period. If you have any questions or concerns related to Steve’s departure or the transition process, please do not hesitate to reach out to Matt Sheppard or Feleshia Edwards.