Pastor and Author Nadia Bolz-Weber to Speak at Montreat Conference Center

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Nadia Bolz-Weber, self-described lover of Jesus, Crossfit, tattoos, and dark chocolate, will offer an afternoon presentation at Montreat Conference Center on January 5, 2016, where she’ll address “Millennial Culture and Christianity.” Bolz-Weber, a Lutheran pastor and founder of House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver, CO, is author of Pastrix: The Cranky Beautiful Faith of a Sinner and Saint and the newly released Accidental Saints: Finding God in All the Wrong People, both New York Times bestsellers. Her writing can be found in Christian Century, Lutheran Magazine, and Patheos, and has also been featured in The Washington Post, and …

How Do We Treat Our Neighbors?

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One of the most prominent Presbyterian “celebrities” has to be Fred Rogers. Popularly known as Mr. Rogers, it is hard to think about him without humming the line “Won’t you be my neighbor?” In fact, the major theme in Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood was learning to get along with those around you regardless of how they were different. At the beginning of each episode Mr. Rogers invited the audience into his home to learn new things and more about those that lived in his neighborhood. The 2015 Montreat Institute for Church Leadership was titled “Neighbor.” The goal of this event was to explore how we, as …