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This year’s Berger Lecture Series will feature Vilmarie
Cintrón-Olivieri, an educator and a Presbyterian ruling elder. She served
as co-moderator (with Cindy Kohlmann) of the 223rd General Assembly
(2018-2020). Please join us on Monday, October 18, 2021. “Let
go, Create, and Refresh: Practices for Spiritual Renewal”
Schedule of Events:
To register for this free event, click here: https://forms.gle/ATkExNgWsLKJYpLN9.
We hope you can join us!
The 2021 Warren Lecture Series will feature Rev. Dr. Amanda Benckhuysen, current Director of Safe Church Ministry for the Christian Reformed Church in North America, and former UDTS faculty member. Join us on Tuesday, August 10, 2021 as we gather safely in person!
Schedule (all times in CDT):
11:15 -- Chapel: What if the Church Got it Wrong? | Alumni Hall
12:00 -- Alumni Lunch | Straatmeyer Room, Heritage Center
2:00 -- Workshop: Christian Leadership in a #ChurchToo World | Severance Hall
6:00 -- Dinner | Blades Hall
6:30 -- Lecture: Is the Bible Good News For Women? Patriarchy, Biblical Interpretation, and the Question of Cultural Accommodation | Alumni Hall
Registration: CLICK HERE
Frolf Outing - 6:30 pm August 17th, 2021
Where: Veterans Memorial Park 2700 Northview Dr.
Being Human: A CEPlus Retreat Course
Join University of Dubuque's Director of Campus Ministry, Emily Entsminger, MDiv, for our next continuing education event from May 23 - June 19, 2021.
Overall Course Desire: “Learning to bit by bit approach our prayer, ourselves, and our discipleship with the expectation that we will be gently, and sometimes not so gently, urged towards that new level of life” (Williams, 84). All components will seek to help us explore and live out our humanity as we pursue Christ.
- We will gain a Biblical understanding of what it is to be human (the groan for wholeness)
- We will explore our own humanity through writing and sharing of our personal narratives (the grown of being known)
- We will brainstorm and plan how we can engage those we seek to minister to on a human level (the groan for right relationships)
All of this will be placed in the context of encountering God. Slowing down to hear and see God in our stories, through Scripture, in creation, and through the others with us.
We will look at the life of Christ, and recognizing that he gives us a followable model of what it is to be fully human. Learners will grow in Christian maturity and humanity- experiencing inner transformation- so that they can then help others grow in their own humanity.
Register for the course here: https://moodle.dbq.edu/course/view.php?id=20537
Course Fee: $100 (25% discount for groups of three or more, contact Kayla at firstname.lastname@example.org for the discount)
Prior UDTS Continuing Education Events
Spring Renewal 2021
03/22 - Woods Lecture:
Ministry in the Time of COVID
Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 7:00-8:30 pm Central Time
Fall Berger Lecture - October 26th, 2020
Rev. Jonathan E.L. Brooks (pastahj.com)
Monday October 26, 2020
11:00 | Worship
Service – Premiered Live
“How to Spark an Ordinary Revival - Acts 2:43-47”
2:00 | Zoom workshop - register for link
“An Introduction to the Philosophy of Christian Community Development”
6:00 | Zoom Presentation – register for link
“Church Forsaken: Practicing Presence in Neglected Neighborhoods”
Links: Chapel | Workshop | Lecture
2019 Berger Lecture Info
October 28, 2019
Sandra Marie Van OpstalCo-founder and Executive Director of Chasing Justice
(For more information about our speaker, check out her website! http://www.sandravanopstal.com/ )
Watch the videos!Worship Service – Alumni Hall
Workshop – Severance Lounge
Lecture – Alumni Hall
2019 Warren Lecture Videos
Video Links from August 6, 2019
Links to Spring Renewal Lectures:
- Evening Lecture (Spring Renewal)
- Afternoon Workshop (Spring Renewal)
- Dr. Danny Carrol (Spring Renewal)
2019 Spring RenewalThe Bible and Immigration | Dr. Danny Carroll
March 25, 2019
8:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting
11:00 a.m. Worship - “Strangers and Foreigners, All: Migration Lessons for Faith”
12:00 p.m. Lunch on your own
2:00 p.m. Workshop - “The Bible and Immigration: The Scripture as Foundation and Compass”
5:00 p.m. Dinner & Lecture - “The Processes of Migration: Reading the Scripture with an Immigrant Lens”
7:00 p.m. Bonus Event! Wendt Lecture: Sarah Thebarge, author of The Invisible Girls and Well (Butler Hall, Heritage Center)
M. Daniel Carroll R, Ph.D.
Blanchard Professor of Old Testament: Wheaton College
Dr. Carroll is half-Guatemalan and was raised bilingual and bicultural. In his youth, he spent many summers in Guatemala and later taught at El Seminario Teológico Centroamericano in Guatemala City for thirteen years. The realities of Central America sparked Dr. Carroll's fascination with the Old Testament. The relevance of the biblical text for the challenges of poverty, war, and politics in those developing countries led him to a passionate focus on Old Testament social ethics and the social sciences.
CLPlus Spring 2019 Class offerings
Essential Greek Words for the Curious Christian 2.0
Instructor: Vanessa Espinosa
Date: April 8 - May 17
Finding Sabbath Rest
Instructor: Emily Blue
Date: March 11 - April 5
Course Description: An introduction to the Sabbath as a Christian, with very limited information on the Jewish Sabbath. This course will focus on four different aspects of Sabbath: Sabbath rest, Sabbath play, Sabbath time and Sabbath community.