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For church professionals and lay people, The Center for Lifelong Learning provides non-degree courses and events – opportunities to learn with and from others for faithful discipleship. Led by top-notch faculty, our offerings are biblically and theologically grounded, with a practical focus to help participants identify and address specific, real-life needs. At the same time, we see lifelong learning as recreation – time to step out of life’s busy routines and experience renewal of mind, spirit, body, and emotion. We hope you will browse through our website to find out more about opportunities that are available for you.
Creativity As A Catalyst of Healing
There was a time when knowledge was the driving force to my faith journey.
I desperately desired to understand more about Christ and needed the “right” answers.
I became a committed student to figure out the areas of Scripture that didn’t make sense.
I joined Bible studies.
Dutifully read my devotions.
I... + Read More
A Call to Community from Dr. King
At the end of the year 1967 the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) decided that it was time to launch the Poor People’s Campaign.
This was an effort at launching a broad movement across axes of race, gender, and class that focused on alleviating poverty.
Prior to the SCLC launching the Poor People’s Campaign,... + Read More
Clergy Colloquies to Help Get You Out of Your Rut
It's worth confessing: most of us, at some point, settle into a comfortable professional routine (a rut, really) that intersects with the achievement of a certain level of competence and the expectations placed on us about the job. Once we learn the job (it takes about 3.4 years to get "competent") and find efficient (if not effective)... + Read More