Audio from the 2018 Convocation & Pastors’ School: “Neighboring in a Post-Christendom World” is now available. The Oct. 8-9 event explored how we can practice and communicate Christian faith, spirituality, and hospitality with missional imagination, connecting with the steadfast mission of God.
Among the recordings:
- Two sermons by Cynthia Hale, founder and senior pastor of the Ray of Hope Christian Church, Decatur, GA: Cynthia Hale Monday Worship in Goodson Chapel and Cynthia Hale Tuesday Worship in Duke Chapel
- A lecture by David Goatley, research professor of theology and Black Church studies and director of the Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School on the topic of "Aiming for the Ditch"
- A lecture by Ian Douglas, missiologist and bishop diocesan of The Episcopal Church in Connecticut on the topic "Participating in God’s Mission: Ecclesial Lessons from the Post Christendom Frontier"
- A conversation with L. Gregory Jones , dean of the Divinity School and Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams Jr. Distinguished Professor of Theology and Christian Ministry and Christine Pohl, professor emeritus of Christian Ethics at Asbury Theological Seminary on the topic "Reweaving the Social Fabric: Hospitality, Community, and Learning to be Good Neighbors"
- There are no recording for Barbara Brown Taylor’s plenary sessions.
Closed captioning is available on all recordings.