SEMINARY ON SATURDAYS BEGINS NOV 3, CONT NOV 10 AND 17

thumb12.jpgGettysburg Seminary continues its annual “Seminary on Saturdays” lifelong learning offering in November 2012.  This series of Saturday morning lectures for all interested persons begins November 3rd and continues the 10th and 17th. 

Saturday, Nov. 3
“Bridges Out of Poverty”
Joseph Studivant, Director – Health, Education and Life Enrichment Program for Lutheran Social Services of South Central PA
“Economic Life: Sufficient, Sustainable Livelihood for All”
The Rev. Dr. Gilson A. C. Waldkoenig, Professor of Church in Society

Saturday, Nov. 10
“The Connection Between Animal Cruelty and Domestic Violence”
Juanita Sprenkle Jones – Program Coordinator and Co-Facilitator at the Domestic Abuse Intervention Program in York, PA

“A {Lutheran} Christian Response to Animal Cruelty”
The Rev. Dr. Kristin Johnston Largen, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology

Saturday, Nov. 17
“Sexual Respect vs. the Addiction of Pornography”
Dr. Robert E. Skelly, Program Director – Lutheran Counseling Services for Lutheran Social Services of South Central PA
“Human Sexuality: Gift and Trust - Pornography as a Social Justice Issue”
Dr. Norma Wood, Dean Emerita; Professor of Pastoral Counseling and Interpersonal Ministries

The morning schedule runs as follows: 
             8:30   –    9:00 AM –   Registration and Refreshments
             9:00   –    9:15 AM –   Welcome and Introductions
             9:15   – 10:30 AM –   Class
             10:30   – 10:45 AM –   Break
             10:45   – 12:00 PM –   Class

Cost is $20 per Saturday or $50 for the series. Registration is required. Please contact Wendy Mizenko, 1-800-MLUTHER, ext. 3004 or wmizenko@Ltsg.edu.  For additional information contact the Rev. Dr. Michelle Carlson, Director of Lifelong Learning,


1 800-MLUTHER, ext. 2231 or mcarlson@Ltsg.edu.
 

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