There Are Many Ways To Say I Love You – The Life And Work Of Mr Rogers

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.There Are Many Ways To Say I Love You:  The Life And Work Of Mr. Rogers

by Joshua Chestnut

presented May 17, 2019

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Space, Place, and Grace: Musings on the Meaning of Home

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Space, Place, and Grace: Musings on the Meaning of Home

 

Mary Frances Giles

March 22, 2019

These days we are surrounded by conflicting messages of “home”. An advertisement for a furniture store might be immediately followed by a report on the refugee crisis. Americans are more transient than ever, yet we are obsessed with home improvement shows. This lecture will use the Biblical narrative as a lens to examine what it means to build a home, both in the world and with God.

 

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There Is A Crack In Everything: Learning From The Broken Hallelujah Of Leonard Cohen

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There’s a Crack in Everything:  Learning from The Broken Hallelujah of Leonard Cohen

 

by Dave Friedrich

 

Come and listen to Leonard Cohen sing about what “everybody knows,” but what we find hard to accept and express in life and faith.

 

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What is the heart and can it be ‘altared’?

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What is the heart and can it be ‘altared’?

(given March 8, 2019)

 

Sarah Chestnut

From the muscle-pump that keeps blood moving through the body, to a symbol of romantic love, the heart is understood (and misunderstood) in a variety of ways.  How did the biblical authors understand the heart and what might it mean for Christ to “dwell” in our hearts–and change them?

 

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Political Polarization, Pervasive Loneliness and the Exhausted Middle

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Saturday, Feb 23
9:30 AM

Political Polarization, Pervasive Loneliness and the Exhausted Middle 

Joshua Chestnut
A recent social survey found that the amount of Americans with no close friends has tripled since the mid-80’s and that nearly 25% report having no one in their life who they consider a trusted confidant.  How might these epidemic levels of loneliness, combined with the echo-chamber nature of social media have contributed to our national crisis of political polarization and what are some ways forward for those who find themselves exhausted by the angry discourse by those on extremes of the political spectrum?

 

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A Tree Without Roots: How Can We Reconnect Contemporary Virtue With Christian Belief?

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Friday, Feb 22
7:30 PM

A Tree Without Roots: How Can We Reconnect Contemporary Virtue With Christian Belief?

Ben Keyes 
Contemporary psychologists say that it is good for us to forgive, to give thanks and to seek humility. These traditionally Christian ways of life are being recognized as important aspects of human thriving but without any connection to biblical belief. How long can the secular appreciation of Christian virtue last without Christianity. In what ways could this trend be an opportunity to communicate Christian Truth?

 

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What does God mean by his promise, “I will be with you”?

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March 1 What does God mean by his promise, “I will be with you”?

Dick Keyes

Some say that the best place to hide is in plain sight. “They’ll never think of looking here!” Sometimes this is the sad fate of Biblical truths which are so familiar to us that their life and importance is hidden simply by their familiarity. God’s amazing promise, “I will be with you” may have suffered this fate. It appears explicitly many times in the Bible and many more times implicitly or as an assumption. But what does it actually mean to us in our daily lives which range from triumph to tragedy with lots of routine in between?

 

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