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CLC Teachers’ Conference

Place: Immanuel Lutheran School, Mankato, Minnesota
Time:  Wednesday-Friday, October 13-15, 1999, beginning at 10:00 a.m.
* A study of Proverbs and applications for living today -- Pastor 
  Wayne Eichstadt
* Is there a proper use of rewards (special, privileges, material 
  "prizes" etc.) in the Christian classroom? What does Scripture say 
  about rewards, motivation? -- Thomas Skinner
* Dealing with cliques, students who feel no one likes them, or 
  feel other kids are picking on them -- Barb Gurgel
* Methods for getting students to turn in work on time, complete, 
  and done well -- Phillip Strike
* What constitutes teacher misconduct? -- (Reassigned)
* Book Review: Teaching Law and Gospel by William E. Fischer -- Pastor 
  Paul D. Nolting
* Textbook Review: The new WELS curriculum (Christ-Light) -- Pastor Em. 
  L. D. Redlin
* Title Fives: Fun Nite Activities -- Lane Fischer and Carrie Reim
* Title Fives: Suggestions for teaching good nutrition and personal 
  hygiene, especially to 5th through 8th grade students -- Laila 
* Title Fives: Physical Education Stuff -- Donna Klammer
* Communion Service: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

–Leif Olmanson, Program Chairman


In accord with our usage and order, Wendy Greve, who was called by Faith Lutheran congregation of Coloma, Mich. to be lower grade teacher in its school, was installed on August 22, 1999.

–Pastor James Sandeen

In accord with our usage and order, Teresa Nelson, who was called by Luther Memorial congregation of Fond du Lac, Wis. to be lower grade teacher in its school, was installed on August 22, 1999.

–Pastor Michael Eichstadt

In accord with our usage and order, John H. Johannes, who was called to serve one year as pastor of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lawrenceville, Georgia, was installed on July 18, 1999.

–Pastor Vance A. Fossum

ILC Regents Call for Nominations

The Board of Regents for Immanuel Lutheran College invites “all pastors, professors, male teachers, and voting members of member congregations of the Church of the Lutheran Confession” (CLC Constitution, Bylaw 8:B) to nominate an individual or individuals to fill the vacancy on the ILC faculty created by the retirement of Prof. Clifford Kuehne. The man nominated shall be a seminary-trained individual, who is qualified to teach Greek (grammar and New Testament exegesis) and Hebrew (grammar) on the college and seminary levels. He shall also have a minimum of eight years of experience in the pastoral ministry.

Those placing nominations are encouraged to include information regarding their nominee’s educational background and teaching experience. They may also indicate how their nominee(s) might help our school in supervising extracurricular activities or serving in administrative positions.

Please send your nominations, postmarked no later than September 21, 1999, to

    Tom Beekman
    ILC Board of Regents
    8410 Rambil Rd.
    Eau Claire, WI 54703