Newsletter - 2021 Spring Break

Hello from the corner of University & Mills on the UW-Madison campus! Wherever this newsletter finds you, we are so grateful that you are a part of the extended community here at Lutheran Campus Ministry.

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Grace & Gigabites

Grace & Gigabites

It’s not a tactics-and-techniques kind of book; more importantly, Ryan Panzer describes the ways technology has influenced and changed our culture over the past decade with priorities of questions, community, collaboration, and creativity all having become more highly...

What, exactly, is it like to be a student in a pandemic?

What, exactly, is it like to be a student in a pandemic?

In any given year, it seems as though the Lutheran Campus Ministry community is becoming something new. As a quarter of our student population leaves and another class is welcomed, life at LCM is always changing. But this year, with all of our activities shifting to a...

Connecting to Church Life

Connecting to Church Life

Last year disrupted many so things for us, especially our connection to our church life. While many churches around the country have reopened, many remain closed, and many congregants still feel unsafe to attend in-person worship. While nothing virtual can replace the...

Space to Discuss Race

Space to Discuss Race

In the wake of the events of the past spring and summer, I remember seeing lists and lists of books about race. When I saw that we would be reading Dear Church by Lenny Duncan I was excited to be able to have a group to discuss the topics and a little accountability...

Through a Lens of Belovedness

Through a Lens of Belovedness

I had the pleasure of taking part in our First-Year Small Group, lead by Vicar Leif Kratzke-Nelson. Meeting over Zoom once a week throughout the semester, we slowly made our way through the book Belovedness: Finding God (and Self) on Campus, edited by James Franklin...

A Slow Crawl of Zoom

A Slow Crawl of Zoom

So many things have changed as a student during this pandemic. Life seemed to go from a breakneck speed of classes, clubs, study sessions, and socializing to a slow crawl of Zoom. Instead of bouncing around campus all day, I’ve been spending my quarantine in my small...

Tiny Threads

Tiny Threads

Of all the ways that my life has changed because of the coronavirus, the change that seems most stark is the lack of casual, unstructured interaction that I have had with students during the school year.  In normal times, over one hundred students walk through...

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