This last year of taking classes flew by, even with driving up to campus in January and June. I had the great pleasure of studying everything from the mission of the church to preaching Old Testament texts to doing ministry with person with mental illness. What an incredible last three semesters! In January 2018, I … Continue reading Coursework Complete!
My third year of seminary started on a hopeful, wonderful note that gave no indication of what was to come. I had just experienced two months off from school, so I was only working during that time. This meant I had time to really rest in the evenings and to travel to see friends. It … Continue reading 2017 Review: Fall Semester
This year, the intensive classes on campus really started to wear me down. We have to take 10 credits on campus. Since our classes are worth either .5 or 1 credit, that translates to at least 10 classes, if not more. For me, this has meant a total of eight trips to campus so far, … Continue reading 2017 Review: June Intensives
In January I drove the now all too familiar, long drive up to Luther Seminary. I stayed a week and took two courses. In the morning I had a class on books like Revelation and one on preaching in the afternoon. The class that featured a study of apocalyptic texts like the Book of … Continue reading 2017 Review: January Intensives
Once my first two trips to Luther were over I reflected that the drive there and back wasn't too difficult. Certainly it's long, but I enjoy podcasts so much that it seemed to make the time go by much more quickly. Couple that with my love of the Jennifer Fulwiler Show on the Catholic Channel … Continue reading Spring 2016 Trips to Luther