Events

January 2021

January 21-22 (7-9pm): Spring Cooley Lecture with Dr. Darrell Bock – Presented by the Cooley Center for Early Christianity

    • Where: Join via Zoom
      • 1/21 – “Minding the Gap: The Gospels and Orality”
      • 1/22 – “How the Gospels Work”

February 2021

February 1-5 (1-5pm daily): DMin Thesis Writing Workshop – Presented by the Shoemaker Center for Church Renewal

February 4 (7-815pm): “Black Faith & Black Politics” with Theon Hill & Anita Mixon – Presented by the Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience

March 2021

March 4 (7-815pm): “Critical Race Theory” with Nathan Cartegena – Presented by the Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience

    • Where: These Dialogues are 100% FREE and 100% VIRTUAL. These events are streamed LIVE on the ISBCE Facebook Page and the ISBCE YouTube Page (please subscribe for notifications) every first Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM (EST).

March 30 (7-830pm): “When No One Sees: Leadership and Character in an Age of Untruth” – Presented by the Mockler Center for Public Square Faith & Ethics

April 2021

April 8 (7-815pm): “Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in White Evangelical Spaces” with Natasha Robinson & Nicole Martin – Presented by the Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience

    • Where: These Dialogues are 100% FREE and 100% VIRTUAL. These events are streamed LIVE on the ISBCE Facebook Page and the ISBCE YouTube Page (please subscribe for notifications) every first Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM (EST).

April 17 (9am-3pm): Workshop: Navigating Anxiety in a Pandemic

April 22 (12-10pm): “Big Idea Group with Dr. Pat Batten”

April 27 (7-830pm): “Faith, Work and Economics: Past, Present and Future”

May 2021

May 3 (7-9pm): Workshop: “Imagination at Work” with Jana Holiday – Presented by the Shoemaker Center for Church Renewal

    • Where: Zoom Event
    • Registration Link Coming Soon!

May 6 (7-815pm): “Black Christians & Philanthropy” with Bithiah Carter – Presented by the Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience

    • Where: These Dialogues are 100% FREE and 100% VIRTUAL. These events are streamed LIVE on the ISBCE Facebook Page and the ISBCE YouTube Page (please subscribe for notifications) every first Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM (EST).

May 25 (all day): National Preaching Workshop” with Jim Singleton – Presented by the Haddon W. Robinson Center for Preaching

    • Where: Online
    • Registration Link Coming Soon

June 2021

June 6 (7-815pm): “Leading the Corporate Charge for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion as Believers” with Reginald Champagne – Presented by the Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience

    • Where: These Dialogues are 100% FREE and 100% VIRTUAL. These events are streamed LIVE on the ISBCE Facebook Page and the ISBCE YouTube Page (please subscribe for notifications) every first Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM (EST).

June 6 (9am-3pm): Preachers College – Presented by the Haddon W. Robinson Center for Preaching

    • Where: https://preacherscollege2021.eventbrite.com/
    • Preachers’ College is designed to give training in basic homiletic principles in an intensive seminar to lay members who occasionally preach in their churches. The purpose is to provide men and women who have been called to preach with the essential tools needed to compose and present biblical, relevant, and effective sermons.

June 19 (1-3pm): Early Christianity Seminar: “Our Citizenship is in Heaven” with Dr. Don Fairbairn – Presented by the Robert C. Cooley Center for Early Christianity

    • Where: Online
    • Registration Link Coming Soon

June 22 (7-830pm): “All Things Great and Small: Creation Care and the Cultural Mandate” – Presented by the Mockler Center for Public Square Faith and Ethics