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Thursday, March 22, 2007

I'm Back!

I get so irritated with myself when I let so many days pass between blog posts. I strongly desire to post every day. But some weeks I just don't have it in me.

Tonight, I don't want to talk about me however. I want to talk about our staff in the Admission Department of Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN.

This weekend, we have a bunch of guests for one of our two annual visitation weekends. It is exciting to have so many excellent prospective students and their families with us.

I must say that I was particularly impressed with my recruitment staff today and this evening. This is an outstanding group of hardworking and dedicated individuals. They really do go above and beyond the call of duty. I am thankful and the seminary is blessed to have them.

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katie said...

I've visited the sem twice (not as a prospective student!), and found everyone there to be so dedicated. And gracious and tireless.
I wish Lutherans would take advantage of opportunities to visit the sem. There are many! And they all seem to intimately involve the visitor in the life and people of the seminary.
It is refreshing, in every Christian sense of that word, to be among so many dedicated and tireless souls.

Steve B. said...

As one of those who attended this weekend, let me say what a joy it was. I agree with Rev. Stiegemeyer's assessment of the admissions staff, they truly do go above and beyond. For anyone who has even thought of serving our Risen Lord as a Pastor or Deaconess, I encourage you to attend one of these events. You will find committed and commendable faculty, staff and students who demonstrate that the campus and curriculum is truly Christ-centered who together create a community environment which is warm and inviting while also very supportive. Rev. Stiegemeyer, thank you for a wonderful weekend and please convey my appreciation to your staff. Steven Brummett

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