Each year in March, the College hosts a series of lectures. These lectures began when the College was established and in 1980 became known as the Kenneth T. Norris Lectureship. The Lectureship provides an opportunity for the students, friends and supporters of the College to hear some of the most outstanding speakers from the fellowship of the Christian Churches or Churches of Christ in North America.
The week of the Lectureship is always a highlight, it is an action-packed and event-filled week with both morning and evening lectures. Friendships are made and renewed and the time of study and learning creates excitement which proves to be, for many, the spiritual apex of their year.
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2020 KT Norris Lectures
March 10-13, 2020
Sherwood Christian Church, 9 Lilac Avenue, Charlottetown, PE
Speaker: Dr. Les Hardin, Johnson University Florida
Morning Sessions 9:30am – 12pm
- “From Egypt to Ephesus: A Brief History of Prayer”
- “What Does It Mean to Be Spiritual?”
- “Praying Like Jesus”
- “Thinking about Spiritual Disciplines”
- “Praying Like Paul”
- “Spirituality of the Word”
- “Prayer, Protest, and Praise: A Theology of Lament”
- “Community and Discernment: Hearing God”
Evening Sessions 7:30 – 9pm
March 10 “The Parable of the Idiotic Farmer”
March 11 “The Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard”
March 12 “The Parable of the Shrewd Manager”
March 13 “The Parable of the Wicked Tenants”