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Free Red Letter Revival This Weekend in Dallas

All are welcome this Friday and Saturday, November 16–17, at the Jesus & Justice Revival at St. Luke Community Church in Dallas, TX! The event is free. Speakers include Diana Butler Bass, William Barber, Jacqui Lewis, Freddy Haynes, Alexia Salvatierra, Ray Jordan, and many more! I will be presenting a one-hour workshop on The Bible, Jesus, and Justice.

Registration and more information about the event’s speakers are available at this link. Find the event schedule here.


Dying to Live: The George Knight Lectures

I am delighted to announce that, on November 6, 2018, I will be the lecturer for the George Knight Lectures, presented by Hardin-Simmons University’s Logsdon School of Theology.

Join me at 9:30 a.m. in Behrens Chapel for my first lecture, “Dying to Live.” You are also invited to attend my second lecture, “From Death to Life: The Gospel of John” at 7:00 p.m. in Logsdon Chapel. Reception to follow.

For more information, contact Logsdon School of Theology at 325-671-2194. To learn about past George Knight Lectures, visit the Hardin-Simmons University website.


Tour the Rhine with Me!

Join me November 30–December 8, 2019, for an Educational Opportunity (EO) cruise on the Rhine aboard the AmaWaterways’s AmaSerena! I will be the guest speaker for this Christmas Markets on the Rhine EO tour that includes stops in France, Germany, Switzerland, and The Netherlands. In addition to visiting several renowned Christmas Markets, we will explore various sites that have religious or political significance.

For information about trip details, including pricing, visit this link.


Ars Moriendi: The Art of Dying – St. Paul’s Houston

Dying well is an art. Next Monday, May 7, 2018, I will be speaking on the art of dying – or ars moriendi – at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Houston. I will share my own insights gained from service in hospice, and I will also address common questions on death and dying.

Join me for lunch at 11:30am and lecture at noon. The event is free and is funded by St. Paul’s partnership with Perkins School of Theology as well as a grant that provides for the Theologian-in-Residence program at St. Paul’s. Donations are accepted.

To register, follow this link.

I hope to see you there!

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