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Saturday October 20
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Augsburg Mens Soccer 50th Year Celebration - Pre-Game Lunch
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Saturday October 20
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Augsburg Mens Soccer 50th Year Celebration - Post-Game Reception
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Wednesday October 10
Calling in the Third Age: "Breaking and Re-Making" Dr. Marty Stortz Calling in the latter stages of the life cycle all too often takes place amidst a litany of losses: loss of loved ones, loss of job or career, loss of income, loss of bodily function. But the vocational questions have not changed; they're just inflected differently. Drawing on the wisdom of scripture and real-life illustrations, this talk explores those questions: Who am I? Who are my people? What will I do with my "one wild and precious life?" (Mary Oliver)
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$15.00
 
Wednesday October 17
Living on the Brink: "The Courage to Be Fully Alive in the Third Chapter of life" Rev. Dr. Jack Fortin We will be discovering together how to live in the tension between "Gravity and Grace". Facing the limitations of "Gravity" on the one hand, which is pulling our physical bodies down, while receiving the gift of "Grace", which is lifting our spirits up, setting us free to live with a renewed sense of calling and purpose.
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$15.00
 
Wednesday October 24
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Heritage Day with Phil Adamo
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Wednesday October 24
Vocation 2.0 Dr. Paul Pribbenow Come and explore how our Lutheran colleges and universities have made the theological concept of vocation - one of the central gifts of our Lutheran Christian tradition - the center of their academic missions. We will discuss how our Lutheran understanding of vocation offers a powerful counter-message to the cultural expectation that we are always called to upwardly mobile, individual trajectories in our lives. Of relevance to those of us in the "third age," our discussion will focus both on how Vocation 2.0 is important to our vocational journeys and how we can help support future generations of faithful folks called to service in the world.
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$15.00
 
Friday October 26
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Augsburg American Indian Student Services 40th Reunion Celebration Friday, October 26th 5:30 – 8:00 PM Hoversten Chapel, Foss Center
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Wednesday February 13
Rev. Dr. Mark Hanson Title: "A Personal Third-Chapter Challenge: "Discovering call amidst memory loss in the context of cultural and religious diversity for the sake of the neighbor " Session One (Feb. 13, 2019) - "God's call to serve when memory fades and love endures: personal reflections" It has been 8 years since the diagnosis of memory loss became a reality in our lives. How does this reality shape our discerning God's call?
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$15.00
 
Wednesday February 20
Rev. Dr. Mark Hanson Title: "A Personal Third-Chapter Challenge: "Discovering call amidst memory loss in the context of cultural and religious diversity for the sake of the neighbor " Session Two (Feb. 20, 2019)- "Our shared baptismal calling in a polarized culture." How shall we live as a community in Christ shaped by memory, witnessing to signs of God's promised future and immersed in this present rapidly changing and often deeply conflicted context?
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Wednesday February 27
Rev. Dr. Mark Hanson Title: "A Personal Third-Chapter Challenge: "Discovering call amidst memory loss in the context of cultural and religious diversity for the sake of the neighbor " Session Three (Feb. 27, 2019) - "God's call to be neighbor: our shared vocation in a world of religious pluralism." Drawing upon Lutheran theological themes, leadership experiences and the dynamic community of Augsburg University, we will explore how will live as people of Christian faith in contexts of religious diversity including with those who self define in other than religious categories.
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Wednesday May 01
Rev. Dr. Rollie Martinson Title: Elders Rising: The Promise And Peril of Elderhood: "Vital and Resilient Aging: Living Well and Making a Difference" An "age wave" of enormous proportions and life-changing-impact is washing over us. Understanding this "age wave" provides older adults and those closest to them more options for greater vitality and resiliency. Participants will come to better understand aging and develop their own "pathway" of quality life during their senior years. Congregational and community leaders will discover how their organizations can become centers of expansive elder wellness and empowerment.
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$15.00
 
Wednesday May 15
Rev. Dr. Rollie Martinson Title: Elders Rising: The Promise And Peril of Elderhood: "Vital and Resilient Aging: Living Well and Making a Difference" An "age wave" of enormous proportions and life-changing-impact is washing over us. Understanding this "age wave" provides older adults and those closest to them more options for greater vitality and resiliency. Participants will come to better understand aging and develop their own "pathway" of quality life during their senior years. Congregational and community leaders will discover how their organizations can become centers of expansive elder wellness and empowerment.
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$15.00
 
Wednesday May 22
Rev. Dr. Rollie Martinson Title: Elders Rising: The Promise And Peril of Elderhood: "Vital and Resilient Aging: Living Well and Making a Difference" An "age wave" of enormous proportions and life-changing-impact is washing over us. Understanding this "age wave" provides older adults and those closest to them more options for greater vitality and resiliency. Participants will come to better understand aging and develop their own "pathway" of quality life during their senior years. Congregational and community leaders will discover how their organizations can become centers of expansive elder wellness and empowerment.
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2018 Augsburg Mens Soccer 50 Year Lunch:
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No fee for registration
2018 Augsburg Mens Soccer 50 Year Reception:
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No fee for registration
2018 Fall Centered Life Series:
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$15.00
2018 Fall Centered Life Series:
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$15.00
Heritage Day with Phil Adamo:
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No fee for registration
2018 Fall Centered Life Series:
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$15.00
Augsburg American Indian Student Services 40th:
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No fee for registration
2019 Winter Centered Life Series 2-13-2019:
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$15.00
2019 Winter Centered Life Series 2-20-2019:
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$15.00
2019 Winter Centered Life Series 2-27-2019:
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$15.00
2019 Spring Centered Life Series 5-1-2019:
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$15.00
2019 Spring Centered Life Series 5-15-2019:
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$15.00
2019 Spring Centered Life Series:
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$15.00
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