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Sustainable Community Development and Partnerships in Rural Communities

Date: Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Kenny Sherin

Kenny and Karen Sherin, CBF "missionaries," live in Dimock, South Dakota, and work in rural community and economic development both on and off the Native American reservations. Poverty rates in South Dakota are some of the highest in the U.S., with a majority being on the reservations. The problems of poverty are further exacerbated because of isolation and lack of support and awareness. Hear about their work and learn helpful tools to help your church listen, engage, and resource your community in healthy ways. We will also discuss ways to engage in healthy, long-term partnerships with people in impoverished communities.

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God, Evolution, and The Big Bang. Why I believe in all three.

Date: Thursday, July 12, 2018
Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Rick Matthews

News media report attacks on evolution and cosmology by faith leaders countered by attacks on religion by prominent scientists. A physicist shares his perspective on the relationship between science and faith and his befuddlement with the conflict.

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Making Church a Safe Place to Talk About Dangerous Things

Date: Thursday, July 26, 2018
Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Christopher Gambill, Director, and Elizabeth Kennett, Networks Manager, Center for Congregational Health, Winston-Salem, NC

Congregations often avoid talking about difficult issues, or try and have things “blow up.” Receive guidance to help your congregation create a safe, structured environment to talk about divisive or polarizing issues.

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Conflict and Communication: Opportunities for Growth

Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Andy Wakefield, Dean, Campbell University Divinity School, Buies Creek, NC

Sooner or later, every church seems to deal with conflict. Unfortunately, most churches struggle to deal with conflict in healthy ways. Explore how we as different members of the one body can learn how to work through conflict and speak the truth in love with one another.

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From Awareness to Engagement. How your church can fight human trafficking

Date: Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Pam Strickland

So you've had a speaker or you've shown a documentary; what now? This webinar will give you tools to help your church engage not only your congregation, but the community. We'll discuss a study you can lead on Wednesday or Sunday nights, as well as share ideas for events to educate and engage your community. From easy one-time events like hosting a Fair Trade fair to mentoring a child--we'll cover a lot of ground. Join us!

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A Muslim-American's Reflections of a Post-9/11 America

Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Naijla Faizi

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Improvising Community

Date: Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Greg Jarrell

An improviser draws on tradition, and uses it to innovate new stories for new situations. Drawing on his work in A Riff of Love: Notes on Community and Belonging, Greg Jarrell will lead a discussion on how neighborhoods, churches, and institutions already have the resources they need to build communities marked by God's Abundance.

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Practicing Midrash -- Reading the Bible's Arguments

Date: Thursday, October 11, 2018
Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Tim Moore
Author and Writer-in-Residence at Sardis Baptist Church, Charlotte

Based on his newly published book, Tim Moore will lead us to consider such questions as: Are God’s promises conditional or unconditional? The gospels show us three different ways to follow Jesus, which one is right? How should the Church choose leaders, by gifts, or by reputation? If the Bible is a collection of competing stories, how does that affect our understanding of biblical revelation?

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Ministering to the Military and Veteran Population

Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time: 11-11:45am
Presenter: Will Barnes

Join retired military chaplain Colonel Barnes to understand the military culture, the impact of wars, and how the church can minister to the military and veterans population.

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