Upcoming Faculty Speaking Engagements
Here is a schedule of some upcoming speaking/teaching engagements of LSTC faculty.
LSTC is well represented at the 2013 meetings of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature. Read more.
|Barbara Rossing||Feb. 8||Fort Worth, Texas||The Brite Divinity School's Stalcup Lay School of Theology, Fort Worth, is the Fay and Alfred C. Grosse Seminar on Religion and the Literary Arts, 9 am-1:45 pm, at Northway Christian Church; topic "The Rapture Exposed: The Message of Hope in Revelation" Read more about Brite Divinity School.|
|April 22-24||Rapid City, South Dakota||South Dakota Synod Rostered Leaders Conference, Rapid City; "Eschatology, Ecology and Our Future" 3 lectures, preaching. Download flyer.|
|April 25-27||Dallas, Texas||North Texas North Louisiana Synod Assembly, Dallas; 2 Keynote Bible studies on "Samaria," workshop and preaching|
|July 7-9||Chicago, Illinois||ACTS DMin in Preaching program, Chicago|
|Benjamin Stewart||January 27-29||Galveston, Texas||
Tri-Synodical Theological and Leadership Conference, conference speaker.
|April 13-15, 2015||Valparaiso, Indiana||Valparaiso University Institute of Liturgical Studies, "Sing a New Song: The Cosmos in Praise and Lament," plenary presenter.|
Barbara Rossing gave a keynote lecture January 19 at a LaCrosse Area Synod event on "Challenging Christian Zionism." January 20 she preached at two services at First Lutheran Church in Onalaska, Wisconsin, for a Martin Luther King worship on Luke 5, for the same conference, available here: http://www.firstlutheranonalaska.org/media.php?pageID=41.
The 2011 Byberg Preaching lectures that Barbara Rossing and Benjamin Stewart gave in Oregon are now available online for downloading or listening (click on the year at the right; media archive).
Also: Listen to three of Barbara Rossing's 2011 Rocky Mountain Synod assembly presentations.
To update the above listing of speaking engagements, LSTC faculty and staff should email Roger Bottorff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about a specific engagement, please email the faculty member.