A Day at Brite: Preaching Through Ordinary Time
Date(s) - 03/24/2014
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bass Conference Center
Join us in person or online for an exploration of the gospel of Matthew with an eye toward preaching through the season of Pentecost (or Ordinary time). This workshop examines themes from Matthew from the combined perspectives of biblical scholarship and homiletics with practical applications.
$45 – Attend at Brite (includes a box lunch and post-workshop access to recording).
$20 – Remote access via interactive live stream or download. After registering with Brite, we will send an email with username and password to remote users.
$10 – Brite students.
Warren Carter is Professor of New Testament at Brite Divinity School. He came to Brite in 2007 after teaching at Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City. His scholarly work has focused on the gospels of Matthew and John and on the issue of the ways in which early Christians negotiated the Roman empire. In addition to numerous scholarly articles, he is the author of eleven books including Matthew and the Margins (2000), Matthew and Empire (2001), The Roman Empire and the New Testament (2006), John and Empire (2008), What Does Revelation Reveal? (2011), and Seven Events That Shaped the New Testament World (2013). He has also contributed to numerous church resources and publications such as contributing 15 studies on Matthew in The Pastors Bible Study Vol 1 (2004). He is a frequent speaker at scholarly and ecclesial conferences.
Jo Hudson is a spiritual leader, pastor, mentor, and community builder who currently serves as the Gathering Pastor of Extravagance United Church of Christ (UCC), a newly forming, geographically dispersed, high-faith, high-touch, virtual faith community. She also serves as the Carpenter Pastor and Teacher at Brite Divinity School on the campus of Texas Christian University. Rev. Dr. Hudson began her ministry with Extravagance UCC and Brite Divinity School in the summer of 2013, after a tenure of eight and a half years as Senior Pastor of the Cathedral of Hope (UCC) in Dallas, Texas. She is sought after locally, regionally and nationally as an inspirational preacher, speaker, teacher and workshop leader and on July 2 was the preacher for the closing worship service of the 2013 United Church of Christ General Synod in Long Beach, California.