Karam Forum 2019 was an unforgettable experience! We are sent by the Son with the Spirit, just as the Father sends the Son; we are called to our work with the same call that calls us to Christ; we must find the sacred in the church to find it in the world.
We share more memories below. But before you get too caught up in nostalgia, mark your calendar for Karam Forum 2020!
Rich Mouw, Charisse Jones, Greg Jones, Rachel and Jacob Denhollander, Jules Martinez and DeLano Sheffield will join us in Atlanta on Jan 3-4, 2020 for the next Karam Forum. Watch this space for more announcements, and make your plans to be with us.
Now the fun part!
Gathering for another Karam Forum – new faces and old friends.
If you didn’t buy a book, did you really go to the conference?
An impassioned reminder of churches on the front line from Fernando Tamara.
Helen Kim helps us think about the rising generation.
Australians: You just can’t keep them down.
Miroslav Volf on CPUs – contending particular universalisms.
It shall be known as the Corn Lover Story. And we shall not speak of it.
Fred Sanders: The triunity of God is not “out there somewhere,” it’s in our lives as we are sent to our work.
Mike Wittmer Now to Mike Wittmer Then: “Buck Up, Buttercup!” And: “You’ve been called from the very start.”
Interdisciplinary panels reveal important insights. Abson Joseph shares a thought (and a laugh)…
Four pastors, three seminary professors and two economists discuss theology and economic issues…sitting on only six chairs. How’d we pull that one off?
Chris Armstrong: “To find the sacred in the world, we must first find it in the church.”
Where the rubber hits the road – the local church. We’re deeply grateful to Blake Schwarz and Park Cities.
Mark Greene ends our time with some hilarious slides, and a serious word about what kind of people we need to become, and what rules of life we need to adopt, to carry out our mission in theological education for the coming generation.
See you in Atlanta in 2020!