PREACHING A RELEVANT WORD TO A RESTLESS PEOPLE

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

DATES Jan. 30, Feb. 27, March 26, and April 23, 2020 OVERVIEW Preachers may be reluctant to mention current events from the pulpit. But not speaking to the concerns people bring with them into church implicitly communicates that the church – and worse, God – doesn’t care. Together, we will discuss both our resistance and …
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Going Naked & Life As Pilgrimage: A Retreat Into the Themes of the Camino de Santiago & Pilgrimage in the Everyday

Kirkridge Retreat Center

Based on her book Going Naked: The Camino de Santiago & Life as Pilgrimage (2019, Mystic Soul Press) Teresa Mateus will facilitate a retreat space exploring the themes of Camino and their reflections in everyday life. This exploration will include collective dialogue, ritual practices, and community sharing around these themes. Activities will include engagement of …
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Sustaining the Preaching Life

Princeton Theological Seminary

Sustaining the Preaching Life Opening Retreat October 2–4, 2019 | Closing Retreat June 10–12, 2020 Description Sustaining the Preaching Life is a program providing training and support for preachers. Participating pastors form their own cohort of four to six preachers who commit to taking part in an opening and closing retreat on the campus of …
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The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

Princeton Theological Seminary

THE JOE R. ENGLE INSTITUTE OF PREACHING For preachers in their first two to ten years of ministry Announcing Engle II: Separate track, same dates, for mid-career preachers (11-20 years). JUNE 14–19, 2020

Practicing Spirituality with Jesus (e-course)

Spirituality & Practice

“Whoever feels attracted to Jesus cannot adequately explain why,” Adolf Holl, author of Jesus in Bad Company wisely observed. “He must be prepared to be always correcting his image of Jesus for he will never exhaust what there is to know. Jesus is full of surprises.” That may actually be an understatement. From our reading …
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