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January Series: How Latino Churches are Changing America

Gabriel and Jeanette Salguero How Latino Churches are Changing America Thursday, January 21, 19:30Neufeld Auditorium The Salgueros are co-lead pastors of the multiethnic Lamb’s Church in NYC which worships in three languages – English, Spanish, and Mandarin. They have ministered extensively ...

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Jan

January Series: National Parks: America’s Greatest Treasure

Jere L. Krakow National Parks: America's Greatest Treasure Wednesday, January 20, 19:30Neufeld AuditoriumUnderwritten by: The Mellema Program in Western American Studies and the Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning Jere Krakow recently completed a public service career with the National Park Ser...

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Jan

January Series: William Close and the Earth Harp Collective

William Close and the Earth Harp CollectiveTuesday, January 19, 19:30Neufeld Auditorium Close is a New York native and alumni of the Art Institute of Chicago. While at the Institute, Close, an avid musician, started concocting, then building, his own instruments – including the Earth Harp. The...

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Jan

January Series: Race, Stories and Justice: A Call for Diversity in Christian Missions

Leroy Barber Race, Stories and Justice: A Call for Diversity in Christian MissionsMonday, January 18, 19:30Neufeld AuditoriumUnderwritten by: Holland Litho Printing Services Leroy Barber has dedicated more than 25 years to eradicating poverty, confronting homelessness, restoring local neighborho...

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Jan

January Series: Life Animated: A Story of Sidekicks, Heroes and Autism

Ron Suskind Life Animated: A Story of Sidekicks, Heroes and AutismFriday, January 15, 19:30Neufeld AuditoriumUnderwritten by: Jeff & Shirley Hoogstra A Pulitzer-prize winning journalist, best-selling author, teacher, and essayist, Ron Suskind has spent his career chronicling our social and p...

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Jan

January Series: Russia: Past, Present and Future

Jill Dougherty Russia: Past, Present and Future Thursday, January 14, 19:30Neufeld AuditoriumUnderwritten by: GMB Architects + Engineers and The Peter C. and Emajean Cook Foundation An expert on Russia and the former Soviet Union, Jill Dougherty spent 30 years at CNN where most recently she serv...

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Jan

January Series: The Road to Character

David Brooks The Road to Character Wednesday, January 13, 19:30Neufeld AuditoriumUnderwritten by: The Center for Excellence in Preaching and Meijer, Inc. One of America’s most prominent political commentators, David Brooks writes a bi-weekly OpEd column for the New York Times. He is a regular ...

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Jan

January Series: The Color of Grace: Healing and Hope for Child Survivors of War

Bethany Haley Williams The Color of Grace: Healing and Hope for Child Survivors of War Tuesday, January 12, 19:30 Underwritten by: The Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation Bethany Haley Williams is the founder and executive director of Exile International, an organization that exists to restore Afr...

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Jan

January Series: Interfaith Leadership: Engaging Religious and Philosophical Diversity in the 21st Century

Eboo Patel Interfaith Leadership: Engaging Religious and Philosophical Diversity in the 21st Century Monday, January 11, 19:30 Underwritten by: John & Mary Loeks and the Christian Reformed Church in North America The founder and executive director of the Interfaith Youth Core, a Chicago-based...

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Jan

Basketball: Moose vs. VDU

Home Basketball Game LCC Moose vs. Vytautas Magnus University (Kaunas) LSKL (Lithuanian Student Basketball League) 17:15, January 11, 2016 Michealsen Centras...