Table Talks are real conversations about contemporary human issues that affect our everyday lives. The point is to reimagine these issues theologically, through the lens of the gospel. Expect a blend of short readings, good community, and thoughtful conversation over drinks and dessert.
These quarterly Table Talks are for those who work in primary and secondary education, whether as teachers or administrators. How does Christian faith illuminate, reframe, and enrich the calling to work in education? TABLE TALKS for Educators meets quarterly through the academic year.
Hosted by Wil Rogan and Jeff Giles.
quarterly | 7:30pm | Email Jeff Giles to RSVP.
Racial enmity has been the source of great pain and division. As a result, race is treated as a problem to be solved, or else a matter to be avoided. But racial difference is an opportunity for our formation as disciples of Jesus Christ and for our witness to the world that Christ is our peace. Expect meaningful conversation and prayer in response to issues of race, so that we might more fully embody Christ's body in our lives together.
3/25, 5/20 | 7PM | RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
past Table Talks
For those of you wondering "Have we ever talked about...?"
Women, Authority, and the Image of God
Race, Repentance, and Reconciliation
Apathy, Suffering, and the Faithfulness of God
Memory, Identity, and Dementia
Church, the Forgiveness of Sins, and Prayer
Time, Sex, and Death
Fear, Truth, and Sabbath
Loneliness, Longing, and Friendship