• Thunderous support

    Editor's Note: This story was written for the 2018 Spring/Summer Arbor Light magazine, a biannual publication of Concordia University Ann Arbor. Catch the newest edition dropping in mailboxes at the end of April. For your free subscription of Arbor Light, email arborlight@cuaa.edu.

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  • February 23, 2018
    Impact of Giving

    Jessica Russ

    Every little girl has little dreams that one day, with faith and God’s grace, they hope will become a reality. Well, I have had many dreams growing up and I still have numerous ambitions. Some are elaborate and far-fetched, while others are concise and average. One was leaving home and starting on my own. Another was being a collegiate athlete.

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  • February 23, 2018
    Impact of Giving

    Turome Chandler

    When a player, extends his hand to help another player stand, it is termed, “sportsmanship.” When a woman proceeds to walk up or down a flight of stairs and a man extends his hand to assist, it is phrased, “being a gentleman.” As a donor to Concordia, you embody every aspect of kindness behind both acts.

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  • February 23, 2018
    Impact of Giving

    Timothy Felska

    Hello. My name is Timothy Felska, and I served six years in the United States Navy as a submarine mechanic. Currently, I work as a paramedic in the Detroit metropolitan area, and have done so for about 13 years. During this time, I have also served with Military Avenue Church, a ministry serving the people of Southwest Detroit, as well as Covenant Community Care Clinic, which is dedicated to providing medical care for the impoverished and underinsured.

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  • February 23, 2018
    Impact of Giving

    Grace Stadler

    Being a student at Concordia University Ann Arbor has changed my life. Because of the wonderful community and loving environment, I have grown physically, mentally, and most importantly spiritually.

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  • February 23, 2018
    Impact of Giving

    Alarik Morris

    Hello! My name is Alarik Morris and I graduate from Concordia University Ann Arbor in December with a bachelor’s in Family Life Community Services and a minor in Theological Languages.

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  • People, Pies, and Pickles

    The congregants of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Cadillac, Michigan, must really love their baked goods. That, or they’re really passionate about supporting Lutheran education. Truth be told, it’s probably a bit of both

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