The Sacred “Can’t Not”: Vocation and Discernment

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

THE SACRED “CAN’T NOT”: VOCATION AND DISCERNMENT A SPIRITUAL FORMATION ELECTIVE* Dates March 17-20, 2019 Overview Vocation isn’t something we “figure out—it’s a way of leaning into life and requires ongoing practices of discernment to remain relevant and vibrant. Using readings from Christian mystics both medieval and modern, we will reframe our understanding of vocation …
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The Sacred “Can’t Not”: Vocation and Discernment

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

THE SACRED “CAN’T NOT”: VOCATION AND DISCERNMENT A SPIRITUAL FORMATION ELECTIVE* Dates March 17-20, 2019 Overview Vocation isn’t something we “figure out—it’s a way of leaning into life and requires ongoing practices of discernment to remain relevant and vibrant. Using readings from Christian mystics both medieval and modern, we will reframe our understanding of vocation …
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Conflict Resolution Training

Atlantic School Of Theology

Conflict Resolution Training The Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution (CICR), recognized nationally and internationally for conflict management training and interventions, is offering Conflict Resolution Training on campus. All four modules will be offered during the 2018-2019 academic year (see below for dates). Through this unique and comprehensive accredited program, participants learn how to uncover the …
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From the Palms to the Cross: Holy Week in Rome

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

From the Palms to the Cross: Holy Week in Rome Sunday 14 April to Sunday 21 April, 2019 €450 Share in the worship, devotions, and sorrowful wonder of Holy Week among the churches and pilgrims of Rome.

Agony in the Garden: Art and Faith from Eden to Gethsemane

Gladstone's Library

Agony in the Garden: Art and Faith from Eden to Gethsemane 26th April – 28th April 2019 Artists have, for centuries, vividly imagined gardens as places of abundance and desolation, as the settings for temptation and transformation and as the stage for human and holy drama. This course explores gardens real and imagined in visual …
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