The following are podcasts from various Adult Formation series offered at St. David’s.
Ten Commandments Series
February 12 Dr. Song Park, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Part 1
February 19: Rabbi Neil Blumofe, Congregation Agudas Achim, Part 2
February 26: Dr. Steve Bishop, Seminary of the Southwest, Part 3
February 5: The Rev. Becca Stevens presents Sunday morning in Crail Hall as part of our Eckhardt Mission Series.
February 4: The Rev. Becca Stevens presents two lectures, “The Corporeal Acts of Mercy: How Love Heals,” as the guest speaker at our Eckhardt Mission Series.
January 29: Annual Meeting
January 22: “St. David’s Vision: Looking Toward 2017-2019” by the Rev. Dr. Chuck Treadwell
January 15: “Prayer Book Practices in the Past” with Dr. Sharon Arnoult (Midwestern State University)
Recommended resources for this lecture series:
Prayer Book and People in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England by Judith Maltby
Being Protestant in Reformation Britain by Alec Ryrie
January 8: Dr. Nathan Jennings (SSW) discusses “What Does Liturgy Do?”
Three-part series on “Advent and Spiritual Authors.”
Pat 1: December 4: Dr. Greg Garrett discusses what we might learn about Advent from one of the most popular spiritual autobiographies of our era, Anne Lamott’s Traveling Mercies.
Part 2: December 11: We continue our three-part series called “Advent and Spiritual Authors.” Dr. Anthony Baker discusses “Teresa of Avila on Unconventional Prayer.”
Part 3: December 18: We conclude our three-part series called “Advent and Spiritual Authors.” Roger Temme discusses “Henry Nouwen – From Wounded Healer to Wounded Prophet.”
November 20: The Rev. Ron Smith presents “The Moral Dimensions of Christian Expectation.”
November 6: The Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle will discusses “Community Making: Evangelism and Service in a new Mission Age”
Embracing Our Earth Series
October 9: Science, Christianity, and the Concept of Stewardship, by Genaro Lopez, Ph.D.
October 16: Contemplative Beekeeping, by Jason Minnix
October 23: Food Justice Means Environmental Justice, by Ronda Rutledge
The Four Faces of Jesus Series
September 11: Doug Harrison discusses Jesus in the Gospel of Mark
September 18: Dr. Margaret Aymer discusses Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew
September 25: The Very Rev. Dr. Durstan “Dusty” McDonald discusses Jesus in the Gospel of John
October 2: Dr. Brent Landau discusses Jesus in the Gospel of Luke
August 28: Listen to our One Church, One Book discussion with the Rev. Chuck Treadwell.
August 7 and 14: Join the Rev. Bill Wigmore for a two-week series on “The Role of Spirit in Addiction and Recovery.”
Recommended resources for this lecture series:
Book: Breathing Underwater, by Richard Rohr
Book: The War of the Gods in Addiction, by David E. Schoen
“Caught Between the Devil and Deliverance”
“Letter from Bill Wilson to C.G. Jung”
July 24: Brent Landau, “Jesus in Islamic Tradition”
July 17: No podcast available.
July 10: Shehnaz Haqqani, “The Origins of Islam”
June 26: Depth Psychology & Acedia: The Search for Meaning in a Spiritual Desert with Lauren Morgan Wuest, MA, LMFT-A
June 19: “Depth Psychology and Spirituality” with Lauren Morgan Wuest, MA, LMFT-A
June 12: Dr. David Jensen presents “Forgiveness.”
June 5: Peter Hahn presents “Evangelism and Revolution in Colonial America.”
May 15: The Amos Guild, St. David’s Social Justice Ministry, presents Rabbi Sam Rose on “To Heal a Broken World – A Jewish Take on Social Justice Work.”
April 24: The Rev. Chuck Treadwell continues our 4-week series on “Dissecting Discipleship.”
April 17: Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkosk continues our 4-week series on “Dissecting Discipleship.”
April 3: Father Chuck takes this opportunity to further introduce himself and discuss his theology of ministry.
March 13: James Puglisi, St. Edward’s University, D.Min, discusses “The Syrian Refugee Crisis: Is the American Response the Biblical Response?”
March 6: Dr. Stephanie Hawley, licensed Baptist minister at Greater Mount Zion Baptist Church in Austin, discusses “Christ, The Immigrant, and The Modern Christian.”
Keeping Time Together: Exploring Jewish and Christian Sacred Time
In this This Journey Group, Rabbi Neil Blumofe, Congregation Agudas Achim, explores the Jewish liturgical year. He looks at surprising similarities and important differences that comprise both the spring and the fall seasons of relationship with God, introspection, and community work. How do the Jewish rhythms of time connect with our understanding of Lent/Holy Week and Advent?
February 18 discussion
February 25 discussion
February 28: James Puglisi, D.Min, St. Edward’s University, “Racism and Racial Reconciliation: How Scripture Has Affected Both.”
February 21: We continue the series “Cultural Self Examination.” Doug Harrison, Christian Ethicist, leads a discussion on “Developing a Christian Imagination.”
February 14: “The Soul and the Social Order”, with The Very Rev. Dr. Durstan McDonald
February 7: Peter Hahn presents a conversation on “1066, the Year of the Conquest. How a Papal Banner changed a culture and the English language.” Outraged at being denied the crown of England, Duke William of Normandy rallied his armies for what would become the last invasion of those “sceptered isles.” With skillful diplomacy, he obtained the blessing of Pope Alexander II and the right to fly the Pope’s colors into battle. How did the papal support affect the outcome of the famous Battle of Hastings? This conversation explores that.
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