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 …

Youth Conference: Parker’s Life-changing and Life-giving Experience

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Re-posted with permission from Parker Cutler and Saint Luke’s Presbyterian Church. Do you have a great Montreat story to share? Send a message to joshr[at]montreat.org. It’s hard to put into words everything that Montreat has meant to me over the past four years. Most of my time in high school has involved Montreat in one way or another and I can’t imagine who I’d be without it. Anyone who has been there will tell you that it’s a “thin place:” a place where heaven and earth are just a little bit closer together. That much was obvious to me the instant …

Make The Most of Your MYC

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One of the great pleasures of my job at Montreat is getting to work with all kinds of great people and helping them to have a fulfilling time.  I am constantly in search of helpful hints and ideas to share with folks heading our way. As this summer is gearing up, I find myself asking the question: What are ways that groups can make the most of their visit to Montreat? What information might be helpful for folks as they come through the ‘gate’- whether it is the first time or the thirtieth. During a recent visit to Bellevue Presbyterian Church …