Over the weekend, you will interact with a number of presentations and spend time together in worship and fellowship. In between those more traditional workshop activities, you’ll also get your hands dirty doing light work on the farm, preparing meals, and—perhaps most importantly—feasting together.
Join us as we consider the ways that food relates to our role as stewards of creation and our encounter with God’s grace.
Friday, May 25, 5 – 9 pm
Saturday, May 26, 9 am – 9 pm
General Admission: $275
Admission for Graduates of Regent College: $225
Registration includes dinner on Friday, and lunch and dinner on Saturday. Registrants are responsible for their own housing.
Space is limited to 40 participants. The last day to register is Monday, May 21, 2018.
- Jeff Greenman is President and Professor of Theology & Ethics at Regent College. He is working on a book about theology and food.
- Janet Greenman, a Regent graduate, is a pediatrician and medical educator. Together they share in the teaching of Regent’s interdisciplinary course on food.
- Chris Houston is a seasoned consultant who helps his clients bring about fundamental change in the organizations they lead. His experience spans over 25 years as a consultant, coach, mentor, and facilitator of senior leaders across North America, Western Europe, and Asia.
- Jean Houston is a trained teacher who has been active with InterVarsity, and a key source of leadership in the founding of Regent College. Jean's passion is to create the spaces into which other can come, be welcomed, and find joy.