PubTalks are conversations about the intersection of faith and the public square. Click here or view our PubTalks website at www.cspubtalks.com for more information, plus a list of resources related to recent PubTalks discussions.
These conversations loosely follow the format of TED talks, offering a short presentation up front and then open time for conversation and Q&A. Come early to hang out, connect, nibble on some munchies and drink some coffee. Stay late to discuss the topic further.
Our Next PubTalk: Challenge and Opportunity Amidst the Current Refugee Crisis - Thinking about and caring for refugees with grace, compassion and wisdom
Come join us as April 7th, at 7:30pm (doors open at 7:00) at Honeybee Coffee West
(HoneyBee is located at 10716 Kingston Pike Knoxville, TN 37934 - across from Costco : PLEASE PARK in the Matlock Tire Lot or in the Gold's Gym Lot).
Photo courtesy of UNRWA via AP
Our Global Mission Director will be sharing with us about what God would have us do, as Christians, for our refugee and immigrant neighbors. Amidst all the complexities and uncertainties, the opportunity to reach out, to care, and to share the beauty of God's love and grace for the most vulnerable among us is remarkable. But how do we do this not only compassionately but wisely? Join us not only to listen, but to consider, ask, and discuss.
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Robert Roebuck, Joe Bryant, and Robert Fair in discussion (with moderator Steve Moldrup) at a previous Pubtalk.
For more information, additional resources, and video of previous PubTalks, go to: cspubtalks.com
Previous PubTalk topics have included:
Faith in the Public Square
Faith in the Workplace
Sexuality: It’s Not Just About Sex
The Philosophy of Organic Community
Race, Relationships, and Gaps in our Understanding
Depression and Anxiety
Science and Christianity
The False Idea of a Sacred - Secular Divide with Author Robert Benson
The Multiethnic Heart of the Biblical God