Lectures Archive

Browse our lectures chronologically using the links to the left, or use the search function at the top of the page to search for a particular speaker or lecture series.

Aug 30 2015

Trip Reports

Join us for reports of our middle school and high school mission trips to the Dominican Republic and rural Virginia over the summer.

 

Aug 23 2015

Saints, Sleep, and Sanity: An Ancient Path to Balance in Life

Karen Wright Marsh directs Theological Horizons, a strategic ministry that supports Christians in academia (students, professors, clergy) on the campus of University of Virginia. On Fridays students gather for lunch and conversation about “vintage” Christian writers and thinkers. Join us for insights from two of these formative figures: St. Benedict and St. Scholastica.

Aug 16 2015

Religion and Rebellion: What’s Next for the Arab World?

Veteran Columnist and former Middle East Bureau Chief for the Washington Post Tom Lippman shares his insight and experience as he reflects on the current situation in the Middle East, especially in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Mr. Lippman currently serves as adjunct scholar for the Middle East Institute. He is the author of several books.

Aug 9 2015

Every Living Thing: Animal Welfare and Christian Faith

Christine Gutleben (Director of Faith Outreach for the Human Society of U.S.) and Michael Cromartie (V.P., Ethics and Public Policy Center) will lead us in a Biblical and theological exploration of why animals are worthy of our respect and care.

Aug 2 2015

Joining God’s Mission

NPC’s Senior Pastor David Renwick reflects on the difference it makes when we seek to find and join God’s mission in the world, rather than asking God to join our personal agendas.

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