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Archive for October , 2017

Robyn Bles, M.Div. ‘08, Shares Outreach Story

Posted on October 17, 2017

Robyn Fickes Bles, M. Div. '08, sharing a story about outreach at West Des Moines Christian Church -http://disciples.org/congregations/iowa-church-builds-beginning-farmer-ministry/

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VDS Announces 2017 Cole Lectures

Posted on October 5, 2017

VDS Announces 2017 Cole Lectures

Of Marginal Identities and Heterotopic Saints: Lived Religion in the Borderlands

The term “borderlands” has become commonplace and is now a multi-vocal term used to describe much more than the U.S. Latinx border reality. Today’s borderlands don’t have to be geographically located in the southwestern U.S. and the 21st century Latinx borderlands are understood as places where culture, race, identity, and religion intersect in complicated and even violent ways. These lectures will examine what lived religion looks like in these borderlands with a focus on how religion crosses borders, in this case, how marginal people bring with them beliefs in what some call “pseudo-saints” further complicating the practices of lived religion in marginal Latinx communities. One such “pseudo-saint”…

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New Outdoor Benches Given in Memory of Carol Parsons

Posted on October 3, 2017

New Outdoor Benches Given in Memory of Carol Parsons

New outdoor benches were given in memory of Carol Parsons by her husband, Ralph, and their daughter, Dana Reynolds. With thanks to John Carpenter for helping to assemble and install them on the patio.

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