Upcoming Events

MAY 28, 2015 | 10:00am

WELCOMING THE STRANGER: A CONVERSATION AROUND IMMIGRATION with WORLD RELIEF

There are many voices speaking into this polarizing issue within our government, our communities, and within our churches.  What is the obligation of the Church toward refugees and immigrants?  Do immigrants need the Church or does the Church need immigrants?  Perhaps you live in a community or serve in a pastoral role where refugees and immigrants are already present.  How is your congregation responding to these individuals and families who are a now an integral part of our increasingly globalized world?  What if Kansas City became an intentional site for resettling refugees? Would our communities and churches be welcoming or inhospitable or even indifferent?  These and other questions are the topic of an open conversation with World Relief which is being hosted at NTS.  Come and contribute to the dialogue with your experience and your questions.

Coffee and refreshments will be provided and lunch will be available for a small donation.  If you have any questions, contact Lynne Bollinger at lbollinger@nts.edu. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Nathan Lundgren of World Relief at: nlundgren@wr.org .


JUNE 4, 2015  |  7:00pm (Central Time)

CPL WEBINAR ON “FACEBOOK FOR CHURCHES”
Rev. Keith Davenport

WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:  Everyone is on Facebook — teenagers and seniors, urbanites and rural homemakers, white collars and blue collars. In fact 71% of all online adults have a Facebook profile. Likely the majority of your congregation and your community are on Facebook and use it regularly. How are you using Facebook in a way that engages both your church people and your community in meaningful ways? This workshop will help provide some best practices and effective strategies for churches to connect with Christians and Non-Christians alike via Facebook.

ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:  Keith Davenport (NTS Class of 2012) is an engagement consultant with seven years of social media marketing experience. As an ordained minister in the Church of the Nazarene with twelve years of local church ministry experience, he understands the ins and outs of social media.

REGISTER AT THE FOLLOWING LINK: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5156973783799708418

NOTE:  Webinar ONLY open to the first 100 registrants!  

SEPTEMBER 29-30, 2015

ANNUAL PREACHERS CONFERENCE:  “LOCAL FLAVOR: PREACHING IN CONTEXT”

This year’s conference will feature pastors from a variety of ministry settings, preaching as they would in their own local context.  Click here for a list of preachers and registration information.   

 


NOVEMBER 16-17, 2015

EARLE LECTURES ON OLD TESTAMENT
Dr. Walter Moberly

Professor
Durham University

There will be 3 lectures total; 2 of which will be held at 12:05pm on both Monday and Tuesday.  Timing of the 3rd TBD.  

Walter Moberly is an ordained Anglican minister, and is Professor of Theology and Biblical Interpretation at Durham University, England, where he has been teaching since 1985.  He is married to Jenny, and is the father of John-Paul and Rachel.  He loves the countryside, tea shops, supports Sunderland football club, and enjoys a good historical novel.

His academic writing explores the responsible understanding and use of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, as Christian Scripture in the contemporary world.  His two most recent books, Old Testament Theology: Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture (2013) and The Theology of the Book of Genesis (2009), focus specifically on the Old Testament, while his two previous books, Prophecy and Discernment (2006) and The Bible, Theology, and Faith (2000) look at Old and New Testament together within the context of Christian theology and spirituality.


COMING:  FALL 2016 OR SPRING 2017 (Dates announced soon)

GRIDER-WINGET LECTURES
DR. ALAN J. TORRANCE
Professor of Systematic Theology
School of Divinity, University of St Andrews 



GENERAL LECTURES INFORMATION:

  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs) available (attendance & participation requirements may apply)
  • All events held at NTS (unless otherwise noted)
  • Lectures will be given in the NTS Chapel (10:30am) & are open to the public (unless otherwise noted)
  • Pre-registration and/or a registration fee may be required for some events (as noted)
  • For more information, please contact the Dean’s Office at 800.831.3011, ext.5412.

 

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