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Want to hear stories and learn from the wisdom of others around the topic of Mutuality/Biblical Equality?

Come Listen, Learn, and be Encouraged!

 

Our prayer and hope for this podcast is that it would be an online space for encouragement for church leaders and mutuality advocates in the Denver area and beyond, as well as a place for continued education and information on biblical mutuality.

Listen to CBE Denver's Podcast: Mutuality Minded! 

 

 

 

 

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Curious about what Mutualtity entails? 

Want to learn more from theologians, professors, pastors and others who ascribe to non-hierarchal complementarianism? Not sure what that means, what you believe, and/or why this conversation is important?

You are wanted and welcome at these gatherings!  These presentations are informal events designed to help students and others explore the topic of mutuality by practicing the art of listening to learn, and then conversing in order to understand.

Whatever your position on this topic, we desire to create a safe place where all can engage and practice having thoughtful, civil dialogue around this sometimes divisive topic. 

What:   "The Genesis of Male Privilege"

When:   Monday, October 23 

             @ 12 - 1:00 pm

Who:     Dr. Rick Hess,  Prof Elodie Emig, Pastor                          Karl Helvig, Rev. Dr. Sue Bailey, Janet George 

Where:  In the DenSem Student Center                                        Conference room

            Space is limited. Lunch and/or dessert is provided.

 

                        Adults only. No children, please. 

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 Presentations and  Conversations

Listen to Learn,
Reflect
, and Grow

Learn more about Mutuality, engage in safe dialogue.
 Tuesday, April 23
Topic TBD
Join us in the Student Center Conference Room


Complimentary lunch/snacks provided! 

Curious about what Mutuality entails? 

Want to learn more from theologians, professors, pastors and others who ascribe to non-hierarchal complementarianism? Not sure what that means, what you believe, and/or why this conversation is important?

You are wanted and welcome at these gatherings!  These presentations are informal events designed to help students and others explore the topic of mutuality by practicing the art of listening to learn, and then conversing in order to understand.

Whatever your position on this topic, we desire to create a safe place where all can engage and practice having thoughtful, civil dialogue around this sometimes divisive topic. 

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TABLE TALKS

Table Talks are informal gatherings for students, faculty, and other interested locals to discuss topics pertaining to biblical equality/mutuality. Each time we gather we consider a new topic such as creation, the Fall and its consequences, authority and spiritual gifting, and the origin of social privilege, to name a few.  Relevant articles and reading material is available and distributed before each gathering so conversations stay on point. 

 

Grab a friend, bring your lunch and join us for these insightful discussions. We always hope to have a diversity of viewpoints at the Table and do not expect all to agree. The intent of these get-togethers is to listen, learn and share. The ability to have dignified dialogue with others, regardless of their views is an essential part of ministry.  

 

Join us on various Tuesdays at noon to learn more about the subject and further develop your dialogue skills!

Mark Your Calendars for upcoming Table Talks:

 

February 27 

March 12

 April 2  April 9  May 7

Join the Table Discussion on Tuesdays, February 27 @ 12:00 
in The Student Center 

Just look for the signs! 

"The Fall and Its Consequences"


We have YOUR seat reserved!

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