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2014 Wesley Center Conference to be held March 6-8, 2014

December 17, 2013, 11:53 am
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You are invited to the 2014 NNU Wesley Center Conference. The event is happening a month later than usual, March 6-8, and will include an extra day of conference activities.

On Thursday, March 6, the theme is “Wesley Talks: Faith and Culture.” Captivating TED Talk videos and other informative media will serve as springboards for discussion on Christian faith and ministry. The day will take creative ministry reflection to a whole new level. The conversations should be rich and diverse!

Friday and Saturday’s events, March 7 and 8, include scholarly presentations from the Wesleyan Theological Society, the leading society for Wesleyan-Holiness intellectual development. Wesleyan scholars from around the USA and a few from outside the country will explore the theme, “Atonement in the Wesleyan Tradition.” World famous biblical scholar, Ben Witherington, and leading Wesleyan theologian, Randy Maddox, will give keynote presentations. Other major Wesley scholars will attend and present papers.

For a short video introduction to this year’s Wesley Center Conference, click this link:http://www.graceandpeacemagazine.org/videos/mediaitem/332-nnu-wts-conference-in-2014

To learn more about the conference and to register, please visit www.nnu.edu/wesleyconf

 

 

 


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