Ministers Week 2016 presents Walter Brueggemann
Monday, February 1 at 7:30 pm CST

Any churches or organizations that would like to view the Walter Brueggemann event can do so by visiting https://www.hpumconline.org/ministersweek on Monday, February 1 at 7:30 pm.

The live stream will be available on mobile devices, smart tv's, or any computer that have internet access, a web browser, and the ability to play audio and video.

For those organizations who will be making the presentation available for large audiences we recommend connecting the computer to an ethernet connection.

About Walter Brueggemann

Walter Brueggemann is the William Marcellus McPheeters Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Columbia Theological Seminary. He is a past president of the Society of Biblical Literature and an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ.

He has recently published Psalms: New Cambridge Bible Commentary with William Bellinger (Cambridge University Press), Sabbath as Resistance (Westminster John Knox Press), and Reality, Grief, Hope (Eerdmans Press).

Etched in Flesh - A Sermon by Walter Brueggemann

About Perkins

Perkins School of Theology is one of the 13 seminaries of The United Methodist Church and one of only five university-related United Methodist theological schools, located in the heart of Dallas, Texas, with an extension program in Houston/Galveston.

The faculty and staff of Perkins are committed to our mission of preparing women and men for faithful leadership in Christian ministry. Students study with a faculty, diverse both culturally and in theological perspective, in the school's graduate degree and certificate studies programs. Practical internships integrate classroom learning with hands-on ministry, and the world-renowned Bridwell Library offers students and scholars theological resources for pastors and scholars unrivaled in the United States. Faculty and practicing clergy also work together to offer continuing education for clergy and laity, as well as other programs such as the United Methodist Church's Course of Study school for local pastors.

Whether your vocation is as pastor, educator, musician, youth leader, missionary, scholar, or committed layperson, the faculty and staff of Perkins will work with you to gather the resources—spiritual, intellectual and financial—that will enable you to answer your special calling.

Giving to Perkins

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