Lenten Reflections 2006 Online

We have received several inquiries for a link to the PDF for the 2006 Lenten Reflections, written by Rev. Daniel J. Feusse.  You may find them at: https://cdn.higherthings.org/imgs/uploads/Lent2006.pdf

Lenten Reflections

“Stricken, smitten, and afflicted, See Him dying on the tree! ‘Tis the Christ by man rejected; Yes, my soul, ’tis He! ’tis He! ‘Tis the long-expected Prophet, [...]

More Information on College Retreats

Dear everyone, As previously announced, there are going to be five Christ on Campus College Retreats this spring and even more to come this fall. For contact information and materials for each [...]

HT Seeks a Retreat Executive

The Higher Things Board of Directors has decided to establish a new position at Higher Things, that of Retreat Executive. We are determined to host eight regional weekend retreats next year and [...]

Do you know this baby?

Do you know who this beautiful little baby is?  A few hints: The baby is a Higher Things Board of Director. This baby grew up in Chicago. This baby is not Mrs. Lynn Fredericksen. This baby is [...]

Announcing Christ on Campus Chapters

Dear everyone, As the campus ministry arm of Higher Things, Christ on Campus seeks to connect high-school and college age youth with faithful Lutheran campus ministries and assist congregations [...]

College Student Volunteers are Back!

Dear everyone, You spoke. We listened. The opportunity for college students to serve as conference volunteers is back by popular demand! There are 15 spots available this year for college [...]

The Feast is Full!

Dear everyone, The Feast is full! Wow! This is by far the fastest a Higher Things conference has been filled, some 20 days before the deadline. We have received a landslide of registrations in [...]

The Feast is 3/4 Full!

Dear everyone, Wow! The banquet hall is getting filled! Just 15 days ago we announced that The Feast was 1/2 Full. Well, it is now 3/4 full, with well over 900 registrants! Again, registration [...]

Pre-Lenten Reflections

I grew up up in South Louisiana where we would let the good times roll until the day before Ash Wednesday (known as “Mardi Gras” or “Shrove Tuesday”). At midnight on Ash [...]