SAVE THE DATES: REMIND & RENEW JANUARY 25-26, 2017
Commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (1517-2017)
Remind & Renew is an annual conference held at Phillips Theological Seminary. Initially held as an annual Ministers’ Week event, in 2012 Remind & Renew was created, and its purpose is to gather religious professionals and interested publics for thought-provoking and spirit-renewing presentations, conversation, and worship. The event is typically held the third week of January. But for 2015 and 2016, the event was held during the January DMin Fortnight.
Topics and conversations vary from year to year. Participants are able to ask questions and hear stories from leaders in faith communities, scholars, authors, theologians, non-profit professionals, laity, and many more. Two lively worship experiences with great preaching are included at each Remind & Renew conference.
A special guest lecturer is invited to keynote an evening lecture, which is free and open to the public who may not be able to fully participate in two days of conference events and presentations.
Listen to the podcasts of the two most recent Remind & Renew conferences 2016 and 2015.
HISTORY OF MINISTERS' WEEK/REMIND & RENEW TOPICS
Race, Liberty, and Justice For All.
What is the conversation about race Christians in the US should be having?
|| Faithful & Vital Worship: What are the Options & Questions?
|| Listening to the Laity
|| Faith & Civil Discourse
|| Renewal in North American Christianity
|| PTS Currents
|| Eat, Drink and Be Spiritual
|| Grace, Justice, Peace, and Compassion: Here and Now
|| Crisis and Community: Issues of Race and Religion
|| Jesus, Paul, Caesar, and Us: Empire and Faithfulness, Then and Now
|| Imaging a New Old Church: Practices of Spiritual Renewal for Churches and Pastors
|| Sailing the Ecumenical Boat in the 21st Century