Theology of Disability

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

What does the experience of disability tell us about what it means to be created in the image of God? What does scripture say (and not say) about disability? How does faith inform the church’s care for humans with disabilities? This course will delve into these questions and more through discussions of scripture, theology, and …
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Calvin Symposium on Worship 2023

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

Join the annual Calvin Symposium on Worship for worship and learning together around topics connected to Christian public worship. This ecumenical conference will   gather together worshipers from across Canada, the US, and beyond  bring together people from a variety of roles in worship and leadership, including pastors, worship planners and leaders, musicians, scholars, students, …
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Reclaiming a Faithful Vision of Universal Human Rights

Yale Divinity School

Scripture undeniably calls us to pursue justice in the world, and human rights provides a systemic, overarching framework for justice—one that aspires to protect the dignity and liberty of all people, everywhere. Christianity has made an indelible imprint on human rights, through unique theological and historic contributions. Yet we see the concept too often misunderstood, …
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Foundations of the Courage & Renewal Approach

Center for Courage & Renewal

Throughout 5 online sessions, learn how the values, principles, and practices of the Courage & Renewal® approach, taken together, create trustworthy spaces to explore questions of meaning, purpose, and how to live authentically with integrity and courage. Sessions will take place every Saturday, 9-11am ET. The Courage & Renewal approach is premised on the notion …
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Group Spiritual Direction on Zoom

Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation Inc.

Experience Group Spiritual Direction each day with an experienced facilitator. Deepen your contemplative grounding for this prayer practice through authentic sharing and faithful listening. Expand your capacity to listen to God on behalf of others. Nurture trust and discover how this process can transform the world. Whether you are new to Group Spiritual Direction, wish …
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The Passion of Prophecy

Virginia Theological Seminary

This Tuesday evening class will meet online for a total of 4 classes via Zoom meeting. This Lifelong Learning short course explores the power and passion of biblical prophecy. Through creative Bible study (including art, music, PowerPoint, film, and lively discussion), we will discover how the Bible uses all kinds of people—men, women, and children—as …
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Spiritual Direction Training Program

Metagem Institute

What: A two-year certification program for the formation of spiritual directors in the Christian tradition and for our time. Who: Those who have discerned a sense of call to offer spiritual direction or spiritual companionship are invited to apply. This program is open to laity and clergy. When: 2021-2023 Cohort starts coursework in March 2021 …
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The Book of Romans: An Online Bible Study

Yale Divinity School

One-stop shopping is a 21st-century westerner’s dream: efficiency in a time-crunched culture. Are you looking for a single Bible book that opens the entire endeavor of being Christian? Try the apostle Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. The whole history of theology has been played out in its pages. In it Paul engages the human predicament, …
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Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

OVERVIEW I want to be with people who submerge in the task, who go into the fields to harvest and work in a row, and pass the bags along, who are not parlor generals and field deserters but move in a common rhythm when the food must come in or the fire be put out. …
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School for Lay Ministry Learning Community

Luther Seminary

Gain the theological training you need to grow as a lay leader in your congregation. What You Will Learn From preaching and teaching to providing pastoral care or designing worship, lay leaders serve their congregations in a variety of roles – often without the theological background or seminary degrees their colleagues may have. With the …
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