The Brehm Center invites you to join us as we continue the conversation on cultural generativity at our second annual Culture Care Summit, hosted by director Mako Fujimura. With such speakers as best-selling author/theologian Philip Yancey, Fuller president Mark Labberton, and many others, we will consider the ideas and questions raised in Mako’s new book Silence and Beauty.
The summit will conclude with the 2017 Festival of Worship on Sunday, February 12, featuring distinguished composer John Rutter as guest conductor.
About Brehm Center:
The Brehm Center is a Christ-centered, spiritually nurturing community that guides and resources Christian leaders to critically engage culture, explore their calling, and creatively integrate worship, theology, and the arts. Brehm Center does not operate as a separate school at Fuller. Rather, a Brehm Center Emphasis can be pursued in tandem with any current Fuller Seminary Degree program in the schools of Theology, Psychology, or Intercultural Studies. The Brehm Center and its programs continue to augment and enrich the life of the seminary and its community making Fuller a truly unique environment in which to study and pursue your calling. To learn more about the Brehm Center visit www.brehmcenter.com.
A 15% discount is offered to all Fuller Faculty, Staff and Alum. This same discount is also offered to current non-Fuller students. You may use the code "brehm15" to have this apply to your registration fee.
All schedules subject to change.
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Refunds are available until Febraury 6, 2017.