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THE LUHI ROAR

THE LUHI ROAR

Lutheran High School Student News

THE LUHI ROAR

THE LUHI ROAR

Lutheran High School Student News

THE LUHI ROAR

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Student worship at Refuge, August 27 2023
Student Leadership Kicks Off The Semester with Renewal Potluck
Lauren Larson, Editor in Chief • February 2, 2024

Student Leadership Kicks Off The Semester with Renewal Potluck

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Student worship at Refuge, August 27 2023

Last Sunday, on January 28, over 100 student leaders met in the cafeteria for a Renewal Potluck to encourage fellowship and leadership for the coming semester. The Potluck was just one event of many that has been organized as student leadership picks up momentum this year. 

Earlier, at the beginning of the school year, 230 student leaders met for a day-long retreat to start the year. To start this semester Mr. Kohlwey, who oversees student leadership at LuHi, organized a potluck followed by Refuge, to provide student leaders with a chance to connect and enjoy good food, fellowship, and worship together. The students got to have a lot of fun and take some time to discuss issues important to their hearts for the upcoming semester.

In this modern world, it is especially important to find opportunities like potluck and Refuge and connect with people and the world around us. Social media, stress, and work can make it difficult to find time, which makes it all the more important to make time for relationships and being with other people.

Mr. Kohlwey and Mr. Oberdieck are working together to make the potluck a more regular event, and possibly connect it to Refuge once a month. Students are encouraged to try and show up, and give Refuge and student leadership a chance to enrich their lives with worship and personal connections with other students.

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About the Contributor
Lauren Larson, Newspaper Editor in Chief
Lauren is the Editor-in-Chief of the Luhi Roar. She is in 12th grade. This is her second year writing and editing for the Roar. In her free time, Lauren likes to read novels and listen to music.