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February/March 2016

Now Showing in the Harrington Center: The Biblical Art of Sadao Watanabe

The Center for Lifelong Learning at Columbia Theological Seminary is hosting a new exhibit, Witness to Faith: The Biblical Art of Sadao Watanabe, featuring original works of graphic art by Japan's foremost Christian artist of the 20th century.

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Janus: The Patron Saint of Mid-Career

Mid-career can bring confidence and accomplishment, but also uncertainty, angst, restlessness, and new challenges. Some embrace feeling “settled,” while others may experience restlessness and dissatisfaction.

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Through the Roof – Friends, Jesus, Surprises, and Inclusivity

“…But then I heard a sermon from the perspective of the friends and their decision to cut a hole in the roof so they could bring the paralyzed man to Jesus. Then it became more of a story on creativity and expressions of faith.”

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Beyond Summer: Upcoming Classes at the CLL

We’re already looking into 2017 (even 2018!) and have some great new classes beyond summer. From returning favorites, to leadership skills development, theological and Spiritual formation, the Center for Lifelong Learning has classes for everyone.

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Desert Spiritual Traditions of the Southwest Pilgrimage

A pilgrimage is a transformative journey taken with holy intent. Pilgrims may lose or find themselves on such a trek. The landscape and spiritual communities in this sacred land are sure to challenge and inspire the pilgrim’s journey.

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