Satelite Summer Quarters, 2021

In 2019 Grow in Grace began a new approach to Summer Quarter, offering no classes on campus in that year, but taking classes to whatever districts were willing to host courses. We then established an every-other-year pattern:

• In odd years, “Summer Quarter” is held in each district through satellite courses.
• In even years, Summer Quarter is held in Mequon.

As with so many things, Covid-19 has impacted our plans. Grow in Grace has reached out to the districts, asking if they will be able to meet, as planned. In addition, we’ve asked if they would be interested in doing an online satellite if they were unable to meet face-to-face, as planned.

Grow in Grace also reached out to the scheduled professors, asking if they were still able to go if the districts were able to conduct the satellites in a face-to-face manner. We also asked if they would be willing to turn their class into an online class if the district wanted to move to an online satellite.

We will both continue to monitor the situation, and will communicate with the districts, so please stay tuned for updates. But as of January 26, 2021, the schedule looks like this: (NB – some course names are abbreviated.) For more information click on the course name.

Register here for Minnesota District courses

April  
   
Minnesota (April 13-15, Face to Face)   
   
CourseProfessorCredits
Principles and Practices, of Adult Bible Study, part 2Kock1.5 Credits
Congregational Strategic PlanningHein1 Credit
Preaching Sanctification in Ways that Honor Gospel PredominanceGurgel1.5 Credits
Jerusalem Through the AgesBrug1.5 Credits
The Book of Joel God’s Word for a Time of CrisisNass1.5 Credits
Acts 1 and 2 Fredrich1.5 Credits
   
June  
   
South Central (June 2-4, Face to Face)  
   
CourseProfessorCredits
Preaching and the ParablesP. Wendland 1.5 Credits 
OT Readings: Plague Narratives (Exodus 5-11) Cherney1 Credit 
   
Western Wisconsin (June 7-10, Online)  
   
CourseProfessorCredits
Origin & Continuing Impact of PietismBrenner1.5 Credits
Educational Technology for the Catechism ClassroomP. Waldschmidt1.5 Credits
Lutheran PreachingP. Wendland1.5 Credits
Jerusalem Through the AgesBrug1.5 Credits
The Priesthood of All Believers: Our Calling & Our ChallengePagels1 Credit
Ministering to Those Suffering from AddictionsB. Hayes1 Credit
   
Michigan (June 7-10)  
   
CourseProfessorCredits
Elijah and ElishaWordell1.5 Credits
Age of Lutheran OrthodoxyOtto1.5 Credits
Congregational Organization and ManagementHein1 Credit
OT ReadingsBivens1 Credit
Theology & Practice of StewardshipScharf1.5 Credits
   
North Atlantic (June 14-17, Online)  
   
CourseProfessorCredits
The Bondage of the WillTreptow1.5 Credits
OT ReadingsBivens1 Credit
   
October   
    
Arizona/California District (Oct 18-20)  
     
CourseProfessorCredits
OT Readings: Plague Narratives (Exodus 5-11)Cherney1.5 Credits
Biblical Geography (Geography of Israel)Brug1.5 Credits
Elijah & ElishaWordell1.5 Credits
Eastern OrthodoxyBrenner1.5 Credits
    
Northern Wisconsin (Oct 27-29)  
    
CourseProfessorCredits
Congregational Strategic PlanningHein1 Credit
Principles & Practices of Adult Bible Study, Part 2Kock1.5 Credits
Maintaining a Lutheran Identity in a Postmodern WorldP. Wendland1.5 Credits
Teach Them to Your Children: Helping Parents Fulfill Their Spiritual Responsibility to ChildrenDobberstein1.5 Credits
OT ReadingsBivens1 Credit
1 Peter – Exegesis of Selected PassagesGeiger1.5 Credits
    
    

Register here for Minnesota District courses

**The PNW has technically replaced the satellite with a previously postponed Missions Conference, so the district is planning to meet at that time.

One final note. We are planning to hold one class on campus this summer, July 19-23. Dr. Ken Cherney will teach “Biblical Hebrew as Communication,” an intense one week class in which Hebrew will be taught using a communicative language approach. Registration for that will open up later in the Spring.

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