2015 Symposium: Conflict Resolution
REGISTER TODAY FOR THE WINTER SYMPOSIUM AT NASHOTAH HOUSE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Conflict Management & Reconciliation
FEATURING DAVID LEE JONES, THD AND PETER STEINKE, THD
Authors and lecturers David Lee Jones, ThD and Peter Steinke, ThD have learned several things about conflict management and reconciliation in their many combined years of experience as pastors, therapists, seminary instructors, and church consultants.
Beginning Friday morning, February 27 at 10 a.m. and concluding Saturday, February 28 at 3 p.m., the award-winning speakers will discuss Conflict Management & Reconciliation. Topics will include the effect that conflict has on faith communities. Drs. Jones and Steinke will delve into the themes of engaging Scripture in conversation about spiritual practices of reconciliation, as well as practical tips and case studies on how to manage conflict effectively and how to successfully learn from it. Participants will engage in daily worship at Nashotah House’s historic Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, they will share meals, enjoy both formal and informal discussion, and plenary sessions while working in collaborative groups among participants.
Motivating, energizing, and life-giving, the symposium will prove to be a benefit to all attendees, whether registered student or guest attendee. The Winter Symposium is hosted by Nashotah House Theological Seminary and the Ambrose Institute. The Ambrose Institute invites ministry leaders to Nashotah House for formation and training among fellow clergy and lay leaders together as a team. The goal of the Ambrose Institute is to allow for organizational transformation and the revitalization of parishes by strengthening the lives of their leaders.
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