Wednesday evening summer spiritual formation opportunities

*Each of the following sessions will be led by Phil unless otherwise noted. PDF study guides are available for the sessions in June (contact us if you would like a copy). The Banned Questions panels are related to the forthcoming book Banned Questions About Jesus.

June 15: “What Does the Bible Really Say About Homosexuality” part I
June 22: “What Does the Bible Really Say About Homosexuality” part II
June 29: “Christianity & Patriotism”
July 20: “Banned Questions About Jesus” part I (featuring a panel with Phil and others)
July 27: “Banned Questions About Jesus” part II (featuring a panel with Phil and others)
Aug. 10: “Co-Workers, Not Case Workers: The Life and Legacy of Clarence Jordan and the Cotton Patch Gospels,” part I (led by Mark Lassman-Eul)
Aug. 17: “Co-Workers, Not Case Workers: The Life and Legacy of Clarence Jordan and the Cotton Patch Gospels,” part II (led by Mark Lassman-Eul)
Aug. 24: “Co-Workers, Not Case Workers: The Life and Legacy of Clarence Jordan and the Cotton Patch Gospels,” part III (led by Mark Lassman-Eul)

Clarence Jordan was a reluctant civil rights pioneer in rural Georgia as well as a scholar of Greek and Hebrew. Although he died in 1969, Jordan’s legacy lives on in the Christian organizations he inspired- Habitat for Humanity, Jubilee Partners, Koinonia Farms, the Open Door Community, and others. The thinking of this humble prophet farmer has affected the life of millions around the world; come find out what he did and said.

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