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Janine Bolling

Janine Bolling is a Brooklyn born and reared millennial who is passionate about practical education and connecting people with resources. She works full time as an admissions recruiter for SUNY, part time as an adjunct professor of Theology at Concordia New York, and part time as Deaconess of St. Peters Lutheran Church Brooklyn. The rest of her time is spent in EdD studies at Concordia Wisconsin in the Leadership in Innovation and Continuous Improvement program and spending time with family and friends. Janine is a foodie and WILL fight you about why New York pizza is better than all other pizzas.

Recent Posts by Janine Bolling

4 Tips for Faith-Focused “Screen-Free” Hours this Summer

Our new normal will not feel normal. In many states across the country, local governments are rolling out reopening plans. This all coincides with school letting out for “summer”, which feels different than it ever has before. After months of being at home completing a half year’s coursework through remote learning during a pandemic . . . what happens now?

One thing that helps us to remain grounded as worries abound is this: This is not God’s first pandemic! We follow behind the One who goes before us, and He is our ever-present help in time of need.