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February 2019

Dear Concordia Alumna/us,
We show love in many ways to one another--to our spouses, children, friends, and colleagues. There is romantic love (eros), brotherly/sisterly love (philia), and unconditional love (agape), which is the love that Jesus has for us. E ach day when we make breakfast for our family, or we help a stranger in the community, or we support one another at CUAA, we are putting love into action.  Did you know that Concordia is the Latin word for "with one heart?" So, think about it. Instead of Concordia University, we could be With One Heart University. As we celebrate this month of love, let's remember the many ways in which we show love for one another within the Concordia community. 
Take a look at the many events and opportunities below to show the heart of Concordia.
Former Players Surprise CUAA's First Athletic Director with Scholarship 

Dave Wenzel, CUAA's first-ever athletic director and 2016 Hall of Fame inductee, was surprised with a unique legacy gift by his former players during the CUAA women's first-round game at the 68th annual Concordia Invitational Tournament. That night was the first he learned about the Coach Wenzel Scholarship, an endowment created in his name by dozens of his former players. Click here to read more.
Visit Campus for Your Sports and Arts Fix

If you'll be on campus, come to"Hamlet,"  catch a basketball game, tour the Margaret Davis recent artwork on display in the Kreft Center gallery.

  • Hamlet runs February 8-17 in the Kreft Center Black Box Theater. For tickets and showtimes, click here.
  • Concordia's basketball season is going strong. To see a list of men's games, click here. For women's games, click here.
  • The Margaret Davis exhibit runs through March 10 at the Kreft Center Gallery. For more information, click here.
Concordia University on the Road in Florida; Please Join Us!
February 25-28

Concordia University will be coming to several cities in Florida in February to meet with alumni and friends of the university. These small group conversation sessions about Christian education will include a meal and a special gift of thanks for all participants. Space is limited. Please call or email Cori for more information at 262-243-4541 or

The schedule is as follows:
  • Bonita Springs - 7:30 am, Feb. 25
  • Naples - 11:30 am, Feb. 25
  • Marco Island - 5:30 pm, Feb. 25
  • Sarasota - 7:30 am, Feb. 26
  • Punta Gorda - 11:30 am, Feb. 26
  • Fort Myers - 5:30 pm, Feb. 26
  • Ocala - 7:30 am, Feb. 27
  • The Villages - 11:30 am, Feb. 27
  • Orlando - 5:30 pm, Feb. 27
  • Lakeland 7:30 am, Feb. 28
  • Tampa 11:30 am, Feb. 28
  • St. Petersburg 5:30 pm, Feb. 28
You Are Invited for Books and Coffee with our Campus Dean of A&S
February 27

Dr. Erin Laverick, campus dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, will be presenting a special Books & Coffee discussion on "The Chilbury Ladies' Choir" by Jennifer Ryan. Join us for this FREE event in the Earhart Manor Living Room on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 4:00 pm. In this book talk, we will explore women's available means to effectively communicate during World War II and discuss how the author uses these genres to create a great read for a contemporary audience. For more information, click here.
Mark Your Calendars: 1969 Alumni Reunion Planning in Full Swing
May 18-19

Our Class of 1969 alumni reunion committee is in full swing, planning for a fun gathering in May. Do you want to volunteer to help out?  We could use your help. Please contact Linda Sproul at  or via telephone at  734-995-7491. Reunion weekend promises to be a wonderful two days full of opportunities to reunite with old friends as well as make new ones. Hope to see you there. 

Looking for Ways to Give Back to CUAA and Make an Impact?

Looking for meaningful ways to volunteer, connect with students, or donate? Or, would you like to return to campus to visit and take a tour? Let us know what you have in mind, and we will be happy to make it happen!  Email us at
Supporting Pre-Seminary Students Through Scholarships

The Diligent Timothy Book Grant supports pre-seminary students in the cost of their education. Grants from $250 to $500 are distributed to students who are in their first semester at Concordia or have earned at least a 3.0 GPA in their pre-seminary courses in the previous semester. If you would like to support these students, checks can be made payable to CUAA with Diligent Timothy written in the memo. Please send to 4090 Geddes Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105. To make a gift online, visit, select Other in the support box, and include Diligent Timothy in the comment box.  Thank you for your support of our mission and students.
Join us for Daily Chapel on Campus

You are always invited to Chapel every day at 10:30 am on campus. Come and be encouraged by our new campus pastor, CUAA alumnus Randy Duncan ('88). 
Links to events at CUAA

Men's Bowling      Women's Bowling       

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2018-19 Academic Theme - More than Conquerors
.... No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.  For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.

-- Romans 8:31-39
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