As it is in most classrooms, the class at which I was placed had a wide diversity of learners. I have some students are writing at a level that I would stay could be equally compared to the work of students several years older than them. 594 more words
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Why does the designation “Reconciling In Christ” matter? We often pride ourselves on the phrase “all are welcome,” so what’s the difference?
I was fortunate enough to work and serve in an RIC congregation for internship, and honestly, I didn’t understand what the big deal was. 446 more words
A few Sundays ago, people gathered and marched for the Black Lives Matter movement in Dubuque, Iowa not far from the neighborhood of Wartburg Seminary. About 200 gathered and walked a mile down Grandview Avenue. 1,463 more words
College life is not just about studying! There are lots of interesting Clubs and Societies which CCL students are welcome to join. Students are encouraged to explore activities that interest them and every effort is made to support them in participating in the clubs and societies they choose. 17 more words
I have a confession to make: I super hate potlucks. I hate everything about potlucks. I hate the food that I remember so fondly from family funerals, I hate the unsatisfying and lopsided nature of a potluck meal, I hate carrying a hot tray on the bus to the party, and most of all I hate that once the summer ends every pagan gathering turns into the same potluck with the same food. 2,816 more words