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Lived Theology Newsletter
September 2016
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Our new book, Lived Theology: New Perspectives on Method, Style, and Pedagogy comes out in November. You can celebrate with us in San Antonio! See below for details.

News from the Project

Lived Theology: New Perspectives on Method, Style, and Pedagogy will be released November 1. You can learn more about the book and preorder it at Oxford University Press or Amazon. If you're in San Antonio for AAR, please join us Saturday, November 19, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Pecos Room at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk. We will launch and celebrate our new book together.

Our summer interns, Tessa Crews, Elizabeth Surratt, and Brit Dunnavant, are wrapping up their summer work at their sites. You can catch up on all of their written reflections on our summer intern blog#PLTinterns

We will celebrate our interns' work and enjoy their final presentations on Thursday, September 15. We will gather at Common Grounds at the corner of Rugby Road and Gordon Avenue at 7 p.m. This event is open to the public, and refreshments will be provided. #PLTevents

We're reading Hannah Arendt and Theology by project contributor and Virginia Seminar alum John Kiess. #LivedTheologyReads

From the intern blog

"Rebirth, by most standards, is a small ministry. For the past two months as I have been feeling my way around this young, growing ministry, by learning from the staff and getting to know the kids, I have gotten a pretty good picture of its ins and outs. Though small in scope, it is vast in the riches of love and obedience. My time of serving and observing has revealed an immense faithfulness in everything, even the smallest acts: in the tireless and seemingly endless routine of picking kids up and dropping them off for church and Bible study; in the weekly preparation of delicious, nourishing meals that only sometimes are met with outward satisfaction; in the extra hug or word of affirmation for the girl who just seems a little down at Bible study; in the birthday parties thrown for student and leader alike."

—Elizabeth Surratt, "Sewn in love"

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