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Being the Beloved Community: Welcoming Children of All Abilities to Church
Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA
From Mon. May 9, 2016 to Thu. May 12, 2016
Most faith communities want to be more inclusive when it comes to children with disabilities and their families. But it seems like a daunting task. Where to start? What questions should we be asking? What can we do at church and in our communities when the needs arise?
Summer Institute on Theology and Disability 2016
Western Theological Seminary and Hope College, Holland, MI
From Mon. May 23, 2016 to Thu. May 26, 2016
The vision of the Summer Institute on Theology and Disability is to expand the depth and breadth of theological inquiry and resources that address and include the gifts, needs, and contributions of people with disabilities and their families to theological learning and religious practice.
Bodies of Christ: Visualizing Jesus Then and Now
Grand Rapids, MI
From Sun. June 12, 2016 to Fri. June 24, 2016
Directed by Edward J. Blum, San Diego State University, this academic summer seminar addresses a fundamental dilemma of Christianity: how to represent God's Son.
Taking Your Church to College: Strengthening Congregational Life through Liberal Arts-Style Learning
Calvin College Chapel, Grand Rapids, MI
Wed. June 22, 2016
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and the Calvin Alumni Office invite you to come to Calvin College for a one-day exploration of how liberal arts-style learning can strengthen congregational life today, with wisdom from insightful professors in 9 different discipline and gleanings from 30 grant-funded congregational renewal projects, culminating in an inspiring worship service in the Calvin Chapel.
Forgiving Those Who Hurt Us
Grand Rapids, MI
From Sun. June 26, 2016 to Fri. July 1, 2016
Directed by Cornelius Plantinga, Jr., Calvin College, this academic summer seminar sponsored by Seminars at Calvin addresses issues in regards to forgiveness.