Spring Arbor University’s Master of Arts in Spiritual Formation and Leadership program hosts the Spring 2014 Christian Spirituality Lecture Series featuring Reverend Elizabeth Conde-Frazier, an author, practical theologian and ordained pastor. The series, titled “Becoming Multicultural: Christian Spirituality in a Post-modern, Post-colonial and Post-Christian Era,” will take place in the Ralph Carey Forum on the campus of Spring Arbor University on Monday, April 14, with two sessions at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Sponsored by Andrews Chair in Spiritual Formation and the Spring Arbor University Master of Arts in Spiritual Formation and Leadership, the two sessions are titled, “Encounter/”Encontronazo” and “Becoming Intercultural: Work out your salvation…” The event is free and open to the public.
Conde-Frazier has been a pastor, professor and now an academic dean of Esperanza College of Eastern University. Conde-Frazier has authored or co-authored the following books Latina Evangélica: A Theological Survey from the Margins, Listen to the Children: Conversations with Immigrant Families, A Many Colored Kingdom and Bible Institutes. Her writing comes as a result of her conversations with the different communities with whom she interacts, but spirituality is always a central theme.
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