“DANGEROUS MEMORIES: THEOLOGIES IN TIMES OF WAR AND HEALING”
Registration Instructions and Scholarship forms
Registration & Scholarship Deadline (postmarked): February 25th, 2013
> Deadline to register to attend the entire conference with guaranteed housing. Last day to cancel with refund is February 28th, minus $25 processing fee. No fees including housing will be refunded Continue reading
This is a repost of my blog originally posted in Feminist Studies in Religion.
I love reunions especially if it involves good food and good friends.
If you have ever attended a Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion Workshop you will know that they do not skimp on food, snacks or drinks. Wabash seems to have endless supply of chocolates, chips and of course drinks. Continue reading
We live in a global world and the impact that we make on each other is getting greater and greater. Therefore it is important to dialogue and be in conversation with churches, church members/leaders and theologians around the world. IGCS is such a forum. This is a blog written by John Kenyon who is the Founder/Director of IGCS.
How the IGCS Began
During the 1990s I worked out of New York as an activist in the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa. We traveled to South Africa and hosted speakers from South Africa to come to the United States to share their stories and to rally support for Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress. It was a cause that united churches and nations from around the world.