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Thursday, April 25 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Helping Youth to See Themselves in the Stories of Scripture FILLING

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Sometimes the gap between our lived experiences today and the world of the Bible seems immeasurable. Especially for our youth, the stories of Scripture can seem out of touch with the joys and struggles they experience every day. In this elective, we will explore practical ways to open up our theological imaginations in order to recognize how our stories are intertwined with the stories we encounter in the Bible. Together, we will dive into several biblical stories of doubt, healing, and faith—focusing on those who may feel that they don't belong. We will emerge with a stronger sense of Jesus' mission—to deliver the good news that the story of God's work in the world is a story to which we all belong, a story that continues in our day-to-day lives.

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Lindsey Trozzo

Associate Director of the Office of Digital Learning, Princeton Theological Seminary
In her role as Associate Director of Digital Learning at Princeton Theological Seminary, Lindsey oversees the Office of Digital Learning, which engages the PTS learning community, using digital means to support the mission of preparing leaders for the church, the academy, and the... Read More →
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Jess Winderweedle

Innovation Coach, Kingston United Methodist Church, The Feed Truck Ministries Inc.
Jess Winderweedle has served as pastor at Kingston UMC since 2016. At Kingston UMC, Jess invests in developing leaders and cultivating the worship life of our congregation. A graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University and Princeton Theological Seminary, Jess also received a wealth of education in business management and community involvement... Read More →


Thursday April 25, 2019 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 2 | Stuart Hall Stuart Hall, Princeton, NJ, USA