Guilt, Shame, and Storytelling

Luther Seminary

Faced with an opportunity to tell an uncomfortable truth, a lot of us feel the need to “clean it up” before sharing. When that happens, we end up creating edited, sanitized versions of our stories that ultimately leave us feeling cut off from our community. More often than not, guilt and shame are the things …
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Going Deeper: Clergy Spiritual Life and Leadership

Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation Inc.

  Do you yearn to reconnect with your original call and passion? Are you searching for a more grounded way of embracing and responding to the challenges 
and blessings of ministry? Would you treasure a supportive and caring colleague group with whom to share your journey? Are you looking for a new way to live …
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Opening to the Spirit: Contemplative practices, guided meditations and shared reflections to deepen your prayer life.

Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation Inc.

Do you desire support and enrichment for your prayer life?  Do you wish to develop or deepen a consistent spiritual practice? Register now! Join Carole Crumley as she illuminates the introductory core prayer practices found in Tilden Edwards’ Living in the Presence. Weekly material will focus on nurturing presence through body, breath & mind (with audio …
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Addiction & Faith Conference

Center of Addiction and Faith

The Center of Addiction & Faith will hold its third Addiction & Faith Conference October 7-9, 2021 in Bloomington, Minn., to give faith communities tools for responding to the addiction crisis. Registration is open for in-person and virtual attendance at www.addictionandfaithconference.com. The Center grew out of the Fellowship of Recovering Lutheran Clergy. Founder Ed Treat was an …
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Symposium on the Spirituality of Children

Virginia Theological Seminary

An online gathering for advanced study of and discussion about the spirituality of children. About this event This event is brought to you by the department of Lifelong Learning at Virginia Theological Seminary This online Symposium will focus on the latest research in the field of Children’s Spirituality. Our schedule will include a keynote address …
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Symposium on the Spirituality of Children

Virginia Theological Seminary

This online Symposium will focus on the latest research in the field of Children’s Spirituality. Our schedule will include a keynote address by Jerome Berryman, paper presentations from scholars and practitioners, as well as guided reflection time. Participants will receive recordings of the sessions after our team has edited the videos. We plan to publish …
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Prayer, Liturgy, & Contemplative Practice: Finding Our Footing in a Changed World

Trinity Church Wall Street

10am Sundays, September 26-October 24, Trinity Commons and Online Join Trinity clergy and special guest Lindsay Boyer as they discuss forms of contemplation and how contemplative practice can benefit all aspects of our lives. September 26 Join Trinity’s Vicar, the Rev. Michael Bird, as he considers what it means to worship in this time and …
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2021 Convocation and Pastors’ School

Duke Divinity School (Duke University)

The annual Convocation & Pastors’ School is a conference that offers lectures, worship, and seminars for Christian leaders of all traditions. Led by scholars and practitioners from Duke University and beyond, this event is a cooperative endeavor with the North Carolina and Western North Carolina Conferences of the United Methodist Church, The Duke Endowment, and …
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Anglican Approaches to Ministry

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Ten weeks of live online discussions and opportunities to reflect on readings to deepen Anglican Identity. The approach to ministry within the Anglican tradition rests on two pillars: The English Bible and The Book of Common Prayer. Learn how Episcopalians understand and interpret these two books and how that knowledge shapes ministry in The Episcopal Church. …
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Bible Meets Art: Visual Interpretation of Scripture

Virginia Theological Seminary

This class will meet on six consecutive Monday evenings (Sept 20 – Oct 25) with ticket options that allow for both online and in-person options from 7 – 8:30 p.m. eastern. Review our Campus Map to see if in-person participation is an option for you. (Re)engage the Bible in strikingly new ways through a dialogue …
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