Augsburger Lecture Series

“Friendship as Missional Practice: Lessons from History” – Dr. Dana Robert

& Augsburger Lecture Series.

Dr. Dana Robert speaks on the topic,  Friendship and Mission: past and present for the annual Augsburger Lectureship Dr. Robert is the Truman Collins Professor of World Christianity and History of Mission and the director of the Center for Global Christianity and Mission, Boston University. The Augsburger Lecture Series, or the Myron S. Augsburger… Read more »

“Friendship as Incarnational Mission Practice” – Dr. Dana Robert

& Augsburger Lecture Series, University Chapels.

Dr. Dana Robert speaks on the topic, Friendship as Incarnational Mission Practice for the annual Augsburger Lectureship. Dr. Robert is the Truman Collins Professor of World Christianity and History of Mission and the director of the Center for Global Christianity and Mission, Boston University. The Augsburger Lecture Series, or the Myron S. Augsburger Annual… Read more »

“Mining the Early Church for Mission” – Augsburger Lectures

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Alan and Eleanor Kreider speak on “Mining the Early Church for Mission” for the Augsburger Lecture Series. “Our Journey into Worship and Mission” is the theme Alan and Eleanor Kreider bring to the campus community as guests for the Augsburger Lecture series this spring. Alan and Eleanor Kreider The Kreiders bring scholarship, storytelling, and experience… Read more »

“Banqueting in Corinth” – The Augsburger Lectures

& Augsburger Lecture Series, Chapel Gathering in the Seminary.

“Our Journey into Worship and Mission” is the theme Alan and Eleanor Kreider will bring to the campus community as guests for the Augsburger Lecture series this spring. Their theme for seminary chapel on April 12 is “Banqueting in Corinth.” Alan and Eleanor Kreider The Kreiders bring scholarship, storytelling, and experience to incarnational missiology. The… Read more »

“Noticing” with Alan and Eleanor Kreider – Augsburger Lectures

& Augsburger Lecture Series, University Chapels.

Alan and Eleanor Kreider speak on “Noticing” as part of their “Worship and Mission after Christendom” series for the Augsburger Lectureship.  “Our Journey into Worship and Mission” is the theme Alan and Eleanor Kreider bring to the campus community as guests for the Augsburger Lecture series this spring. Alan and Eleanor Kreider The Kreiders bring… Read more »

From Greensboro to Gulai-Polye: Gospel Mission to Historically Violated

& Augsburger Lecture Series.

As part of the Augsburger Lecture Series Elaine Enns and Ched Myers present this lecture outlining the  Greensboro Truth and Community Reconciliation Project as an exercise in gospel-based healing of past injustice, as well as the legacy of Mennonite refugees from Ukraine in the early 20th century.  In these stories, they ask questions about how… Read more »

The Personal and Political Dimensions of Conversion: Restorative Justice

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Elaine Enns and Ched Myers begin this lecture with a reading of Paul’s Damascus Road experience as a call to restorative justice. Then they look at mediation and nonviolent direct action as flip sides of the peacemaking coin.  They conclude with a story of the conversion of a U.S. Air Force nuclear weapons specialist to… Read more »

Taking Root Downward: A Call to Bio-regional Discipleship

& Augsburger Lecture Series, Chapel Gathering in the Seminary.

Elaine Enns and Ched Myers speak for this third event in the annual Augsburger Lecture Series on “Taking Root Downward: A call to bio-regional Discipleship.” Their work is in the faith-based peace and justice movement. For information about their organization, check out Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries. The 2010 Augsburger Lecture Series is co-sponsored by the Augsburger… Read more »

Decisionism, Denominationalism or Discipleship? Call to the Way

& Augsburger Lecture Series, University Chapels.

Elaine Enns and Ched Myers speak for the annual Augsburger Lecture Series on “Decisionism, Denominationalism or Discipleship?  Call to the Way.”   In this International Education Week reflection, Elaine and Ched talk about their own conversion in college to the Way of Jesus, and profile the radical discipleship movement as “the best party in town.” Their work… Read more »

“What is our Mission in a Post-postmodern Age?” – Marva Dawn – Augsburger Lecture Series

& Augsburger Lecture Series, University Chapels.

Marva Dawn speaks on “What is our Mission in a Post-postmodern Age?” (2 Timothy 1:3-7) as part of the Augsburger Lecture Series. Dr. Dawn is teaching fellow in spiritual theology at Regent College in Vancouver, BC, Canada.