This one-day conference is designed to help us explore how to live in the necessary tension between a deeper personal relationship with God and the call to act boldly in his name. Plan to spend a rich day exploring the relationship between courage and contemplation through two messages by exemplary keynote speakers, facilitated small group conversations and a panel presentation. Leave challenged to apply the teachings in your relationship with God, yourself, and others.
When: 9:00 am—4:00 pm, Saturday, February 28, 2015
Where: Trinity International University, 2065 Half Day Road, Deerfield, IL
Cost: $55 ($35 for students) by January 30 $65 ($45 for students) by February 13
Registration: click here to register
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ReKindle Keynote Speakers
Dr. Ruth Haley Barton
Ruth has been a student, a practitioner, a teacher and a leader in the area of Christian spirituality and spiritual formation for twenty years. A trained spiritual director and retreat leader, she is the author of numerous books and resources on the spiritual life. Ruth holds a Doctor of Divinity from Northern Theological Seminary (Lombard, IL), along with a Bachelor of Arts from Wheaton College (IL) and Master's studies at Loyola University Chicago Institute for Pastoral Studies. She received her training in spiritual direction through the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation (Bethesda, MD) under the guidance of Tilden Edwards, Rosemary Dougherty and Gerald May. She is the founder of The Transforming Center in Wheaton, IL.
Dr. Dana Harris
Dr. Harris is currently an Associate Professor of New Testament at TEDS. She was an adjunct professor at TEDS from 2001 to 2006. She has taught extensively at retreats, conferences, and adult Sunday school classes, and also teaches Bible and theology classes in various overseas contexts. Prior to coming to Trinity, Dr. Harris was the managing editor of the Hoover Digest, a quarterly academic journal covering public policy, economics, and foreign affairs, published by the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. For the first five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, she coordinated a program, funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts, that brought young diplomats from former Soviet-satellite countries to Stanford for four-month study programs. As an undergraduate, she double-majored in International Relations and French Studies. Prior to coming to Trinity, she was also extensively involved in campus ministry.
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The Women's Theology Conference is sponsored by the Trinity Society of Women, a forum that exists to connect graduate women at Trinity International University in order to encourage community and develop spiritual growth.
Trinity International University - TSW
2065 Half Day Rd
Deerfield, Illinois 60015