2017 Hein-Fry Book of Faith Challenge is April 21
2017 Hein-Fry Book of Faith Challenge
Friday, April 21, 2017 | 8:30 am to 4:00 pm | LTSP Brossman Center
The Hein-Fry Book of Faith Challenge (HFBFC), was launched in 2015 to enliven the biblical engagement of the whole church by encouraging the development of new examples of faithful, innovative, and effective ways of teaching and learning Scripture.
The 2017 HFBFC has invited seminary students to explore new ways of engaging Scripture in a congregational or ministry setting. This year, we have been particularly interested in projects that engage our reformation heritage and its influence on our reading of Scripture. Four students share their projects and learnings in this day-long event. A panel of practitioners, led by keynote speaker the Rev. Dr. Timothy Wengert, will respond to each presentation.
You are invited to join the conversation as we consider Scripture engagement together.
The day is free and open to the public. Lunch provided. The event is free but you need to register on the form below.
Allison Johnson, MDiv, Senior – Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA
Being Embraced by the Gospel, project site University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lutheran Student Center
Lauren Heywood, MDiv, Intern – The Lutheran Theological School at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Dwelling in the Story, project site Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lehighton, PA
Alyssa Mazzei, MDiv, Senior – Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, Columbia, SC
Renewed by Nutrition, project site Pisgah Lutheran Church, Rd Lexington, SC
Daniel Gutman, MDiv, Middler – Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, OH
The Sixth Day, project site St. John’s Lutheran Church, Sidney, OH
The Rev. Dr. Timothy J. Wengert
Presentation: The 95 Theses As Luther’s Template for Reading Scripture
Dr. Wengert, an ELCA pastor, is professor emeritus of Reformation History at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia. Author or editor of more than 25 books, including Reading the Bible with Martin Luther (Baker, 2013), he has recently published a new translation and commentary of the Ninety-Five Theses (Fortress, 2015).
The Rev. Dr. Nelson Rivera, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Hispanic Ministry and Director of the Latino Concentration
Schedule for the day (subject to change)
|8:15 am||Registration (Benbow Hall, The Brossman Center)|
|8:30 am||Welcome, Instructions and Introductions|
|8:45 am||Keynote Presentation – Dr. Timothy Wengert|
|9:30 am||Q&A with Dr. Wengert|
|10:00 am||Student Presentation|
|10:45 am||Panel Interactions|
|11:00 am||Open Q&A|
|11:15 am||Student Presentation|
|12:00 pm||Panel Interactions|
|12:15 pm||Open Q&A|
|12:30 pm||Lunch (included with registration)|
|1:15 pm||Student Presentation|
|2:00 pm||Panel Interactions|
|2:15 pm||Open Q&A|
|2:45 pm||Student Presentation|
|3:30 pm||Panel Interactions|
|3:45 pm||Open Q&A|
|4:00 pm||Service of the Word – Dr. Wengert preaching (Schaeffer-Ashmead Chapel)|
The Hein-Fry Book of Faith Challenge launched in 2015 to enliven the biblical engagement of the whole church by encouraging the development of new examples of faithful, innovative, and effective ways of teaching and learning Scripture.
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