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April 25: Chapel at the NRH/Garden
This year’s winner for the Creation Care Sermon is Kate Buckley (’14) for her submission “Down and Dirty”. She will give this sermon during chapel on Friday. Kate is a senior in the MDiv program and a sustainable food and farming intern for Georgia Interfaith Power & Light (GIPL). We will meet at 10:00 am by the entrance of the NRH, and if it’s raining, we’ll head to the NRH basement. But if the weather is clear, we will march to the garden.
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April 30: Forum on How Technology Shapes Our Spiritual & Social Lives
The Center for Lifelong Learning is pleased to sponsor Forum on April 30. Please mark your calendar and don’t miss Dr. Craig Detweiler, author of iGods: How Technology Shapes Our Spiritual and Social Lives, Detweiler, a nationally known writer and speaker on media issues, will offer a Christian perspective on navigating today's social media culture. He is Associate Professor of Communication at Pepperdine University, is a graduate of Davidson College, the University of Southern California's acclaimed film school, and holds a Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Seminary.
Author to sign books after Forum: Craig Detweiler will sign copies of iGods: How Technology Shapes Our Spiritual and Social Lives following the FORUM. Copies of the book will be available, cash or check please (credit card purchases available in the CTS bookstore). His visit is made possible by the Thompson Scholars Program at the Center for Lifelong Learning.
May 3: Women In Ministry (WIM) Retreat
Guest speaker Jennifer Fouse Sheorn (’02) will join us for a day of reflection and discernment based on the theme, “What’s next?” Whether you’re about to graduate, or just completing another semester, you’re invited to come as you are to discern where God is leading next. The retreat will include a presentation from Jennifer, small group discussions, and personal/individual reflection. Free lunch and fellowship. RSVP by April 30 to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.