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Winter Wonderland Around the World

Pasadena, TX
Come join us on Saturday, January 26, 2019 for our Winter Wonderland Around the World (formerly known as Frozen). There will be snow, games, train rides, an animal show, crafts, face painting, food trucks, and fun for all ages! There is no cost for this event, unless you wish to purchase food from one of the food trucks. Order tickets online in advance to avoid lines.

2019 Inspire Women Prayer Walk-"Relationships that Last"

Sugar Land, TX
Through the power of prayer, God moved mountains to establish Inspire Women. The theme of Inspire Women's 19th Annual Conference on March 30, 2019 is Relationships that Last. As a pre-event to the conference, join Inspire Women at a prayer walk on January 26, 2019 at Oyster Creek Park and experience God's power to move mountains in your personal relationships and for relationships across our city. Open at no cost to the first 300 who sign up before January 15, 2019. Pray, walk, fellowship and enjoy lunch together. Overflow registrants invited to participate in a virtual community through live streaming and a prayer guide.

Alive Night 2019

Houston, TX

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Religion and the University

1/29/2019

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For Rice University's Interfaith Week 2019, sponsored by the Boniuk Council, the Religion and Public Life Program (RPLP) will host a public conversation on Religion and the University . Religion can show up in many different ways on university campuses: in the lives of students, faculty, and staff; in the content of a variety of disciplines; and at the center of polarizing controversy or as a helpful framework for generative conversation. Both faculty and students on this panel will address the myriad ways religion enters classrooms and how faculty and students should (or should not?) engage with religion. Other issues to be addressed include the religiosity of students or faculty themselves, having difficult conversations, and engaging with controversial topics related to religion on university campuses. WHEN : January 29, 2019. 7:00-8:30pm. WHERE : Room 309, Sewall Hall, Rice University, 6100 Main St. This event is sponsored by the Religion and Public Life Program at Rice University. The event is free and open to the public. Please register here.

 
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