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Lighthouse Voices Livestream
Lighthouse Voices is an event series designed to bring you talks that explore hot-button issues from a biblical perspective. Our guest speakers wrestle through the tough questions, so believers can engage the culture with kindness and without compromising. Simply put, we equip believers to be the lighthouse in their circles.
Our guest speaker this month, J.P. DeGance, (founder and president of Communio) has built his career around equipping churches to evangelize through the renewal of healthy relationships, marriages, and the family.
Applications for the 2023-2024 Colson Fellows program are open until June 15th!
The Colson Fellows program was uniquely designed for men and women with busy, complex lives. By combining spiritual formation and worldview development through a combination of reading, online learning, and monthly meetings with your peers, the Colson Fellows program provides an intensive, flexible, and incredibly rewarding experience. Want to learn more? Sign up for the next informational webinar on Thursday, May 25th.
Date: May 25th, 1PM ET
S. Michael Craven | Vice President for Equipping and Mobilization, Colson Center
Equip believers to live with clarity, confidence, and courage
Support the work of the Colson Center with a fiscal year-end gift!
Colson Center National Conference Online
Watch all of the sessions from the Colson Center National Conference (CCNC) releasing in mid-June! This world-class experience is professionally edited, re-mastered, and made available to you on-demand. This year's theme is "Earth Crammed With Heaven: An Invitation to Encounter God and His Mighty Works." Follow along with dynamic onstage discussions from this year’s speakers as they help us to see God in all of creation.
The Colson Center presents the 4th annual Great Lakes Symposium on Christian Worldview. The ground seems like it's constantly shifting under our feet--and what gets to count as true is constantly in dispute. But it is possible to understand our time and our lives as parts of a grander Story--one that gives clarity for how we can live today. Because God's story doesn't change--and it's playing out right now.