Eyes to See: Engaging Faith Communities in Poverty Dialogue and Action

Are you a church leader interested in engaging your congregation in actions to address poverty? Join Shaun Groves and Compassion Canada in this two-day workshop to build knowledge and skill to lead conversations and initiatives about poverty in your community. Based on the book Eyes to See by Compassion Canada. This workshop will be offered …
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Feminist Leadership for Capabilities, Ecology and Transformation

Women leaders across the globe are dealing with dispossession from resources, capabilities, and a form of discursive ‘development’ which is deeply rooted in a capitalist and patriarchal order. In the current milieu – as women leaders face further marginalization, cultural exclusivity, and the Covid-19 pandemic – we offer this online discourse hinged on power, patriarchy, …
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The Home as Grounds for Radical Economics

Offered through the Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP). Instructor: Katie Kish Syllabus – PCTS/POLS/BUS-3950Syllabus – PCD-5790 Online course only. Participants who will be in Winnipeg while taking this course are encouraged to come to campus to zoom in and meet other local participants during the coffee breaks and lunch. This course explores how the historical progression …
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Transforming Power, Prejudice and Privilege: Building equitable, diverse and inclusive communities and organizations

Recognizing that our social structures and personal biases can get in the way of commitment to respecting our colleagues and community members, this interactive workshop will engage themes of prejudice, power and privilege in a manner that honours all voices in the room while also challenging the biases and structures that privilege some over others …
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Working Blessedly: The Shape of Marketplace Theology

Marketplace theology is good for the soul, the body, and the workplace. But what is it? Join us as we build on the Puritan William Perkins’s definition of theology–the science of living blessedly forever–to explore a Christian vision of marketplace theology: working blessedly forever. Reflect scripturally and theologically on practical questions: Why work–remunerated or not? …
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When Christians Disagree: Church Unity in an Age of Division

Survey the typologies of engagement by various Christian traditions (giving particular attention to the broad evangelical tradition) with the public square, along the spectrum of disengagement, cooperation, co-optation, and confrontation. Analyze the theological assumptions and perspectives on the gospel that inform such engagement or lack thereof. Dominant evangelical paradigms of Christian engagement in the public …
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