Other Credit-bearing Spiritual Formation Opportunities
Check back frequently for other added opportunities.
|JC Worship Center||Worldview Forum: "Christian Perspectives on Mary"
|JC Dining Room||The Lost World of Scripture with Dr. John Walton|
|Hobby Lobby: The First Amendment Religious and Legal Issues
|JC Chapel||Meredith Andrews Teaching and Q&A|
|RC Stewart Room||Immigration Panel Discussion: A Faith-based discussion on
immigration and its impact on Latino communities
|JC Worship Center||Admissions-Sponsored Community Worship Gathering|
|JC Dining Hall||"Take Back the Night" –
domestic violence awareness from a faith-based perspective –
sponsored by the Social Work Dept/Social Work
|JC Chapel||Visiting group Axis speaks on "Why Did God Allow the Problem of Evil and Suffering?"|
|Fountain Gallery- JC||Guest speaker and artist Amber Scafer '08 discusses
her exhibit "Living in the Shadows: A Hope for Restoration.
This artwork portrays global human trafficking and the artist
will discuss how her work is rooted in her Christian faith and in Scripture.
|MH Silk Auditorium||Stories from Vietnam|
|East Campus||Worldview Forum on Creation Stewardship|
|East Campus||Understanding the refugee experience through the lens of faith
Sponsored by the Malone Reads program/Dr. Marcia Everett
Guest speaker Yonas Zebede, refugee from Ethiopia now in Clarkston, GA
|2014 Wesley Scholars Lecture:
"Holiness and Mediation: A Wesleyan Recipe for Renewal"
– sponsored by the Center for Christian Faith & Culture
|FH Theatre||Chancel Players- Ministry Through Drama|
|TS-100||"Doing Good Without Giving Up" with guest Ben Lowe,
author of the book of same name, explain how an understanding
of the gospel motivates action with regard to creation care.
Sponsored by Dr. Jason Courter, Natural Sciences Dept.
|MH-305||The ethics of editing DNA from a Christian perspective.
Sponsored by Dr. Kate Huisinga/Natural Sciences
Journal Club, Natural Sciences Dept.
|JC Chapel||Gospel Choir Concert|