Wine in the Bible

Princeton Theological Seminary

WINE IN THE BIBLE Thursday evenings September 13 – October 18, 2018 The Farminary This six-week course explores the history of wine (and wine production) in the ancient Levant and its place in the literature of the Bible. The historical and literary-critical aspects of the topic will be explored through lectures on topics including the …
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Secrets of Powerful Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, and Memoir

Ghost Ranch Conference Center

Secrets of Powerful Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, and Memoir – G181016 Workshop ID: G181016 Dates: October 14 – October 19 Price: $545.00 – $1,550.00 Explore the elements of the writer’s craft that make up a fully realized fictional work. Examine structural elements using hands-on exercises to explore these in our writing as an approach for anyone who has ever had trouble finding a …
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The Artist’s Eye, The Writer’s Voice

Ghost Ranch Conference Center

The Artist’s Eye, The Writer’s Voice – G181018 Workshop ID: G181018 Dates: October 14 – October 19 Price: $545.00 – $1,550.00 This idea-filled workshop mixes guided writing, evocative images, lively discussion, sharing and supportive coaching. Walking, observing nature, and journal-writing in the awesome terrain of Ghost Ranch, explore inner and outer landscapes to deepen and animate our writing and purpose. To color …
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Introduction to Centering Prayer

Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE) Monastery

Introduction to Centering Prayer: October 20, 2018 Saturday, October 20, 2018 (9:00 am-3:00 pm; includes lunch; doors open at 8:40 am) Leader: Br. Keith Nelson, SSJE Centering prayer is a gentle practice of silent, spacious communion with God through consent to God’s abiding presence within.  Grounded solidly in the Western Christian contemplative tradition, its subtle …
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The Celtic Knot: What Celtic Christians Can Teach Us about Life, Mission and Ministry Today

Episcopal House of Prayer (The)

Offered by The Rev. Jerry Doherty Friday, October 19 – Sunday, October 21, 2018 $325   Everything in the Celtic world is interconnected as symbolized by the Celtic Knot. The knot looks multi-faceted but is actually a circle intertwined into one entity; it is a symbol for the church. The Rev. Dr. Jerry Doherty will …
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