Podcasts & Resources

The following are podcasts from various Adult Formation series offered at St. David’s.

Exploring the Sermon on the Mount Series
March 5:  The Rev. Dr. Margaret Aymer, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
This handout can be used as an additional resource for this discussion.

March 12: Joe Barry, MA
March 19: The Rev. Ron Smith
March 26: The Rev. Dr. Roger Paynter
April 2: Denise Muller, MPH, MAT

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.”
Part 1
Part 2
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 22 and 29: Dr. Tony Baker from Seminary of the Southwest presents the first in a two-part series called, “The Road To and From Nicaea: The Theology of the Church Fathers.” Part 1. Part 2.

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.

 

 

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