Ministry leaders and others who work with married or engaged couples are invited to participate in A Necessary Conversation: A Theology of Marriage, Fri., Oct. 25, at Denver Seminary. Registration is online at betweentwotrees.org/denver.
A Theology of Marriage is not a traditional marriage workshop; rather participants will dig into what it means to be married, through the lens of Scripture and theology. Among the esteemed speakers and panelists are:
• Dr. Lynn Cohick, Denver Seminary
• Craig and Coletta Smith, Mission Hills Church of Littleton
• Dr. Scott Stanley, Ph.D., University of Denver
• Dr. Mark and Priscilla Young, Denver SEminary
• Fr. Stephen Freeman, St. Anne Orthodox Church, Oakridge, TN
• Dr. Deborah Gorton, Moody Bible Institute
A Theology of Marriage lays the groundwork for a conversation leading to a conviction of what marriage is. The conference will be structured around TED Talk-style presentations and panel discussions with some of the foremost theologians and practitioners in the area of the Bible and marriage.
A Theology of Marriage will be held at Denver Seminary, Fri., Oct. 25, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more information or to register, go to betweentwotrees.org/Denver. The cost is $95 for individuals or $135 for couples.
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