Looking ahead to Lent! The Passion & Resurrection of Christ

Five Wednesday evenings, Feb. 17 – March 16, 7:30 p.m.. Professor Dan Smith, Associate Professor and Clark and Mary Wright Chair of New Testament Theology & Chair of Graduate Theology Program, Faculty of Theology, Huron University College. Syllabus of lecture presentations: 1. February 17: Why Was Jesus Crucified? Historical and Theological Considerations 2. February 24: …

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Lent 2012 at St. George’s

Five Practices of Fruitful Discipleship For Lent 2012 our theme comes from Bishop Robert Schnase of the United Methodist Church, District of Missouri Bishop Schnase names Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations that challenge us to explore the shape and character of our lives as followers of Jesus together in the life of the Church. He asks …

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Books & Breakfast: 5 Practices of Fruitful Living

Robert Schnase Five Practices of Fruitful Living In this book, Robert Schnase (Bishop of the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church) addresses the questions: How do I cultivate a life that is purposeful, deep, and fruitful? What are the commitments, critical risks, and personal practices that open me to God’s grace? How can I …

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