Note: Reporter cannot accept notices about items offered for sale or that people wish to purchase. Items described as “Wanted” or “Available” are sought or may be obtained for shipping costs only.
Choral music for small congregational choir with no archives, no budget. Emmanuel Ev. Lutheran Church, 901 Trona, Green River, WY 82935; (307) 875-2595; email@example.com.
The Lutheran Liturgy, CPH 1947, and The Daily Office, edited by Herbert Lindemann, CPH 1965. Rev. David Mumme, 415 W. Lake St., Waterville, MN 56096; (507) 362-8133; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brass candelabra set for altar, uses five wax tapers in each, ornate style. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 300 S. Seventh St., La Grange, MO 63448; (573) 655-4416.
Requests for Reinstatement
STEVEN A. BALDAUF, Bloomingdale, Ill., has applied for reinstatement to the Minister of Religion-Ordained roster of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod. KAREN CUNNINGHAM, Decatur, Ill.; GRETCHEN GEBHARDT, Charter Oak, Iowa; SUSAN M. MACHEMER, Eastpointe, Mich.; WILLIAM M. STARK, Sylmar, Calif.; SHIRLEY M. STRESMAN, Saginaw, Mich.; WENDY S.C. TOPEL, Sterling Heights, Mich.; and REBECCA TRINKLEIN, Bay City, Mich., have applied for reinstatement to the Minister of Religion-Commissioned roster of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod. Correspondence regarding these applications should be directed to the undersigned for receipt no later than April 5.
Dr. Raymond L. Hartwig, Secretary
The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod
1333 S. Kirkwood Road
St. Louis, MO 63122-7295
Concordia University, Nebraska
In response to the call for candidates issued by the Board of Regents of Concordia University, Nebraska, to fill the office of the college presidency, in due process the following names have been placed in nomination and have accepted the nomination:
Dr. Gary Bertels, Elmhurst, Ill.; Dr. Alan Borcherding, St. Louis, Mo.; Rev. John Diener, Brunswick, Ohio; Rev. Brian Friedrich, Seward, Neb.; Dr. Daniel Gard, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Dr. Mark Hannemann, Lincoln, Neb.; Dr. William Kibler, College Station, Texas; Dr. Jay Krause, Phoenix, Ariz.; Dr. Dean Nadasdy, Woodbury, Minn.; Dr. Lawrence Rast, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Dr. Charles Reichel, Rome, Ga.; Rev. Thomas Ries, Burnsville, Minn.; Rev. Glen Thomas, House Springs, Mo.; Dr. Dean Vieselmeyer, Tustin, Calif.
Correspondence concerning these candidates is requested no later than April 1, 2004. The Board of Regents announces that the election of a president will take place April 16, 2004, or as soon after as feasible.
Secretary, Board of Regents
Concordia University, Nebraska
800 N. Columbia Ave.
Seward, NE 68434
Camp LuWiSoMo, Wild Rose, Wis., is in search of campground hosts for the summer 2004 season. This position is perfect for a couple or individual who loves camping and enjoys socializing. Besides other conveniences, hosts enjoy a permanent water and electric site located in the heart of the campground. If interested in learning more about an opportunity to serve, please call at (920) 622-3350 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Concordia University, River Forest, Ill., seeks to fill two positions:
- assistant/associate professor of education. This tenure-track, full-time position will support the work of the Department of Leadership in the College of Education. In addition to teaching graduate students in the master’s and doctoral programs, the professor will have responsibility for advising master’s degree candidates, serving on doctoral committees, conducting primary research initiatives and providing service to the professional community. The candidate may be considered for the position of chairperson of the Department of Leadership.
Qualifications include a terminal degree, experience beyond the school building in a leadership role, willingness to conduct academic research and professional service and a commitment to Lutheran education and values congruent with the Lutheran church. Experience as a superintendent of schools, university teaching experience and a terminal degree with a concentration in educational leadership is optimal.
Please send application to Dr. Timothy Brown, Chair, Department of Leadership, College of Education, Concordia University, 7400 Augusta St., River Forest, IL 60305.
- dean of University College. This entrepreneurial leader provides a variety of educational opportunities for degree- and non-degree-seeking students and houses seminars, workshops, conferences, convocations, in-services and non-traditional degree programs. The dean must possess strong interpersonal skills, work effectively with various constituencies of the university, be sensitive to the learning needs of adult students and responsive to the educational marketplace.
The successful candidate has an earned doctorate, administrative experience in the higher-education environment and experience with alter-native instructional delivery systems. The ability to identify and secure external funding is desired. The university seeks an individual who is supportive of the mission of Lutheran Christian higher education.
This position is available July 1 and applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application and a vitae to Dr. Anita Briedis, Chair, University College Dean Search Committee, Concordia University, 7400 Augusta St., River Forest, IL 60305; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concordia University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex or age. It is, however, an institution of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod and, to the extent allowed by law, reserves the right to give preference based on religion.
Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon, Wis., invites applications for a full-time faculty position in the nursing division beginning in August. Concordia University Wisconsin seeks candidates committed to excellence in undergraduate teaching within a Lutheran Christian university. Ph.D. in nursing or related area preferred. Experience in community health nursing required. Send letter of application, cur