For Remind & Renew 2018, our presenters dealt with the intersection of congregational life, change, conflict, resilience, and brain research. These days are very hard for doing ministry in congregational contexts. We hope you find the presentations help bring a little more resilience for the ministry challenges you face.

The audio for each presenter has been edited to remove times when the participants were involved in activities during the presentations.

Dr. David A. Hogue (email)
Professor of Pastoral Theology and Counseling
Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois

Introduction from Gary Peluso-Verdend and the first of Dr. Hogue's presentation:

The second part of Dr. Hogue's presentation:

The Rev. Dr. Emlyn A. Ott (email)
Executive Director and CEO of Healthy Congregations, Inc.

PDF of Presentation

Health Congregations Training

Dr. Ott's first presentation:

Dr. Ott's second presentation:

Bob Sitze (email)
Author and congregational consultant
Wheaton, Illinois


Sitze's first presentation:

Sitze's second presentation:

The Rev. Dr. Ulysses Washington
Senior Pastor 
Theressa Hoover Memorial United Methodist Church
Little Rock, Arkansas


Dr. Washington's first sermon, Jan. 24, 2018:

Dr. Washington's second sermon, Jan. 25, 2018:

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