Evening-Conference: Being Turned Upside Down by God: Discipleship in the New Era
Presenter: Jessica Hetherington obtained her Ph.D. from Saint Paul University. An eco-theologian, her work explores the role of Christian discipleship in response to the ecological crisis. She is a part-time professor at Saint Paul University and Christian Development Minister at Glebe-St. James United Church in Ottawa.
Date: Wednesday, April 26, 7-8 pm
Location: Saint Paul University, room G101
Description: What is discipleship? How does it relate to the challenges (social, ecological, religious, etc.) of our modern era? This webinar will explore a dynamic and bold understanding of Christian discipleship that makes links between our faith, education, and the needs of the world today.
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