Join us on April 3 & 4 for author and speaker Joshua Ryan Butler

In an age of cultural contradiction, we are often fearful to wrestle with difficult subjects that can inform who we are and who we are becoming, both individually and in community? Join us as we welcome author and speaker, Joshua Ryan Butler, on April 3 & 4, in partnership with Blackhawk Church. Read more details and register below:

Joshua Ryan Butler on The Skeletons in God’s Closet on Monday, April 3 at 7:00 pm – Register here

How can a loving God send people to Hell? Isn’t it arrogant to believe Jesus is the only way to God? Why is there so much violence in the Old Testament? Joshua Ryan Butler, author, speaker, and pastor of local and global outreach at Imago Dei Community in Portland, Oregon, tackles these questions head on in his paradigm-shifting book, The Skeletons in God’s Closet. Join us for this free event as we wrestle with these topics – these skeletons – and discover how they are proclamations of a God who is good in both his actions and his very nature.

 

Student Leader Training with Joshua Ryan Butler on Tuesday, April 4 at 5:00 pm – Register here

How do you lead on campus within a fractured culture? How does our own spiritual formation influence the lives of others? Can discussing subjects of theology, justice, culture, and worship create individual transformation and a flourishing community? Student leaders from church and campus ministries are invited to join Joshua Ryan Butler, author, speaker, and pastor of local and global outreach at Imago Dei Community in Portland, Oregon as we explore leading as emerging adults on campus and in the Madison community. Pizza to follow Josh’s talk and Q&A.  

Joshua Ryan Butler on The Pursuing God on Tuesday, April 4 at 8:00 pm – Register here

 Is God lost? Many of us feel that way – as if it is our job to search for God and to find our faith. But what if we have it backward? Joshua Ryan Butler, author, speaker, and pastor of local and global outreach at Imago Dei Community in Portland, Oregon, tackles these questions in his book, The Pursuing God, highlighting that Jesus reveals a God who comes after us. The question then becomes, “Do we want to be found?” Join us for this free event as we explore the revelation of a reconciling God who is in pursuit of us. 

 

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