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Graduation Tickets and Information for July 11

Tickets for Concordia’s Class of 2020 Baccalaureate and Commencement service are available to pick up in the school office beginning Thursday, July 2. Tickets will NOT be available at Parkview Field. There is one envelope per student, and your ticket amounts are based on the amount you indicated on the survey earlier this year (with a maximum of 8 tickets per graduate). You must bring your ticket with you, and you must sit in your assigned seats because of social distancing protocols. Graduates do not need a ticket.
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Learning about theology in media

This past semester we added a new Theology course which the seniors were able to experience: Theology in Media. This engaging class focused on how media shapes our worldview, both positively and negatively, and how we can be discerning viewers of it. As one would expect, we primarily watched movies and TV shows, but we did a bit more than this, and I’d like to take a moment to briefly overview what we did.
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Selah: Pause & Reflect

For the past few years I have chosen a word to frame my year instead of a resolution. Often it has been a one-time, half-hearted commitment to a word. In 2018 I chose “go,” and on January 2 I forgot about it. In 2019 I chose “joy,” and I spent my year filling notebooks with things that brought me joy each day, even when I was feeling less than joyful. In 2020 I chose a word that I had never heard before and barely understood. I didn’t know why, but I felt like “Selah” was going to be my 2020. And as the events of this year started barreling in, I knew it was the perfect fit.
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