Date(s) - 11/06/2019 - 11/08/2019
“The world in the 21stcentury is in desperate need of Christians committed to being present in every moment; who are attempting to see beneath the surface and listen through the noise for the presence of God; and who are learning to lean back into their “spiritual hearts” in order to lean forward with God into this messy, beautiful, complicated world.” – Rev. Pennington-Russell
Wednesday, November 6th
10 am | Chapel Sermon: The Revolutionary “Now,” Luke 21:25-36 (The Message)
11:30 am | Lunch with Campolo Scholars, students, faculty, staff, and guests
Thursday, November 7th
11:30 am | BIBL 201 Biblical Interpretation with Dr. Pete Enns, Abram S. Clemens Professor of Biblical Studies
1 pm | Class: INST 150: Intro to Faith, Reason, and Justice with Rev. Megan Acedo
6 pm | Devotion and Dinner with Palmer Theological Seminary students, faculty, staff, and guests
7 pm | THLE 510 Theology & Ethics of Congregational Life with Dr. Adetokunbo Adelekan, Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics
Friday, November 8th
10 am | Windows on the World Lecture: “Learning to See” open to the public
11:30 am | Luncheon and Q & A; open to the public
For questions about the Campolo Fellows Lecture Series, please contact CampoloCenter@eastern.edu or 610-341-1715
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Reverend Julie Pennington-Russell has served as Senior Pastor of the First Baptist Church of the City of Washington, DC since January of 2016. Before coming to Washington, Pennington-Russell led churches in Decatur, GA; Waco, TX and San Francisco, CA.
She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL, and Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, CA. An international preacher and speaker, her messages have been featured on the television broadcast 30 Good Minutes, Day-1 Radio and at the national Festival of Homiletics.
Julie is married to Tim Pennington-Russell, a techie, poet and bass player. They are the parents of two millennials, Taylor and Lucy. Julie loves the poetry of Mary Oliver and William Stafford and exploring the museums and galleries in Washington, DC. She’s also a sucker for Ben & Jerry’s New York Super Fudge Chunk. Mostly, Julie loves seeing the surprise and relief in a person’s eye when he or she experiences the love and welcome of Christ. She is crazy about the Church (warts and all) and loves to lean with the people of God toward the big-picture kingdom of God’s adventures.