Evan Guse is a communications major with a concentration in human relations and minors in religious studies and Jewish studies in the Brian Lamb School of Communications at Purdue University (West Lafayette). He is from Columbus, Indiana and a member of Fairway Cooperative. At Fairway Cooperative, Evan has held many leadership roles. As a LUM Intern, he is assisting in all aspects of social media and marketing.
After graduation in August 2013 with a BA in communications, Evan will attend Asbury Theological Seminary (Wilmore, Kentucky) pursuing a Master of Divinity degree. His dream job is to be the teaching pastor of a thriving church and “lead a congregation made up of people who are hungry to know God at a deeper level and are eager to share that love with others.” Evan is also going to be married in May 2013.
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Ruminations and Perusals Regarding the Divisiveness in American Politics and Public Life
Do you wonder if the current state of affairs is just politics as usual or if it poses a real threat to our democracy?
What responsibility do we all share left, right, or center, for the fear mongering and enmity corroding and grinding the political process to a halt.
What are the possible consequences of inaction?
Are there strategies and coping mechanisms that will allow for reconciliation?
Then you will want to be sure to watch this edition of LUM Forum.
Susan Brouillette, LUM’s new Director of Healthy Families and Sustainable Communities, presented Fear, Farce and Forgiveness; Ruminations and Perusals Regarding the Divisiveness in American Politics and Public Life on Wednesday, February 20, 2013.
Prior to joining the LUM staff in January, Susan served 26 years on the Indianapolis staff of U.S. Senator Richard Lugar. She holds a Masters in Divinity from Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis and is looking forward to ordination in the Presbyterian Church USA. Susan and her husband Michael live in Lafayette and are co-owners of Interior Objects at Market Square.