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2022-2023 Years One and Two:

Biblical Years One and Two- Pastor Greg Kaufmann (Synod Minister)
Confessions/Church History - Prof. Emeritus Gary Simpson (Luther Seminary)
Worship - Rev. Dr. David K. Anderson (Retired ELCA Pastor, Eau Claire)
Spiritual Formation - Pastor Natalie Leske, (Trinity Lutheran, Eau Claire)
Congregational Leadership - Bishop Laurie Skow-Anderson (Bishop - NWSW)

2022-2023 Continuing Education Instructors and Topics

Public Witness

September 9 and 10 in-person (pandemic permitting) with hybrid option
Worship and Culture: What's the connection? Why does it matter?
Rev. Felix Malpica, Bishop of the La Crosse Area Synod

October 7 and 8 in-person (pandemic permitting) with hybrid option
Leading with Love: Building Bridges with our Neighbors
Rev. Dr. Kristin Johnston Largen, President of Wartburg Theological Seminary

November 11 and 12 Zoom only
God with Us: Matthew’s Wisdom for Public Witness
Rev. Dr. Ray Pickett, Rector of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary

December 9 and 10 Zoom only
Renounce and Pronounce: Social Justice as Baptismal Identity in Motion
Rev. Dr. Anna Madsen, Freelance Theologian OMG Center

January 13 and 14 Zoom only
God in the Neighborhood: How Relationships are the Heartbeat of Justice
Rev. Emily Scott, St. Mark’s Evangelical (Baltimore), author of For All Who Hunger

February 10 and 11 Zoom only
White Supremacy: What it is, How it Looks, and What it Does
Rev. Kenneth Wheeler, Author of forthcoming book on this theme.

March 10 and 11 Zoom only
Worldwide Witness: Faithfulness Goes Global
Rev. Dr. Martin Junge, Outgoing General Secretary of the Lutheran World Federation

April 14 and 15 in-person (pandemic permitting) with hybrid option
A Dedication to Courage: Faithful, Artistic Witness
Rev. Tamisha A. Tyler, Theologian, Artist, Lover of People

May 12 and 13 in-person (pandemic permitting) with hybrid option
Elders Rising: Longevity and the Community of Active Compassion
Rev. Dr. Rollie Martinson, Professor Emeritus, Luther Seminary