Events at The Center for Applied Christian Ethics
The Center for Applied Christian Ethics holds events throughout the year to promote and encourage the formation of moral character and the application of biblical ethics to contemporary moral decisions.
Making Meaning After Loss
Wednesday, March 22, 7:00pm
Wheaton Alum, Liesel Mindrebo Mertes will address common misconceptions about grief, give actionable tips to integrate loss, and help you connect better to those in your life who are living through disruptive life events.
Details about Making Meaning After Loss
African Christians and the 16th Century Reformation
Thursday, February 2, 6:30pm
Dr. David Daniels will discuss African Christians and the 16th Century Reformation
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Student Leader Workshop; Faculty & Staff Luncheon
Thursday, November 10, 5:00pm-8:00pm, 12:00pm-1:00pm
The dialogue-focused workshop will combine theory and practice, exploring empathetic engagement, and developing tools for speaking into our polarized climate.
Details About Student Workshop and Faculty and Staff Luncheon
Wednesday, November 2, 7:00pm
How Asian Americans Change the Race Conversation Just Like Christianity Changes the Race Conversation
Details About Miner's Canaries
Spoken Word Artist
Thursday, October 27, noon and 7:00pm
The Art of Telling Stories Through Poetry with spoken word performances by Storm Cecile and Isis Iyon
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