We are thrilled to be meeting together in Philadelphia this September 26-28 for The Praxis Gathering! We look forward to diving into the hands-on-work of Life Together in Community with particular emphasis on creating a missional-community, a tethered community, a multi-ethnic community, a peace-making community, and a healing community. We’ve gathered some of the best on-the-ground church planters and practitioners to furnish us with the possibilities for lighting a path ahead in our churches, in our neighborhoods, and in our world.
Dr. Christine Pohl speaks regularly on recovering the practices of hospitality and community and is the author of many publications including: Living into Community: Cultivating Practices that Sustain Us (Eerdmans, 2012) and Making Room: Recovering Hospitality as a Christian Tradition (Eerdmans, 1999); along with several other co-authored books and numerous scholarly and popular articles.
Christine retired in the summer of 2018 after having taught Christian Ethics at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky for twenty-nine years. Prior to graduate studies and teaching at Asbury, she was involved in congregational, parachurch, and refugee ministries.
We were recently joined by Dr. Christine Pohl for a webinar where she shared valuable insights into the recovery of practices that build and sustain community.
Hear more from Dr. Christine Pohl in person at The Praxis Gathering 2019
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