Growing in Wisdom 2-year program

TWO YEARS OF LEARNING AND EXPLORING FOR THOSE SEEKING A SPIRITUALITY FOR THEIR WISDOM YEARS Inspired by and drawing various resources from the Forest Dwelling Program at Oblate School of Theology, San Antonio TX Upcoming Dates: First Intensive: Tuesday September 26 – Saturday September 30, 2023 Second Intensive: Tuesday February 13 – Saturday February 17, …
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Calling, Context, and the Church: From Belonging to Witness

How do churches discern and incarnate God’s calling in their communities? Grounded in a theological framework for vocation, insights from contemporary scholar-practitioners, qualitative tools and strategies, and relevant case studies that include the work of Regent Exchange, this course offers a fresh approach to vocation with practical implications for the church as a learning community. …
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Tentmaking in the Canadian Church: possibilities for innovation and positive disruption

The landscape of the Canadian Church is shifting. What if that is actually a good thing? What if there are opportunities to disrupt unhealthy systems and move toward a future of increasing flourishing for leaders and congregations? One tool of disruption is to limit the influence of money on the ministry in Canada. Multivocational ministry …
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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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Calling, Context, and the Church: From Belonging to Witness

How do churches discern and incarnate God’s calling in their communities? Grounded in a theological framework for vocation, insights from contemporary scholar-practitioners, qualitative tools and strategies, and relevant case studies that include the work of Regent Exchange, this course offers a fresh approach to vocation with practical implications for the church as a learning community. …
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