Where faith meets life
Christian living is based on the teachings of Scripture. However, knowing general principles and applying them to specific issues can be a difficult task. Our complex world throws complex issues at us that can’t always be quickly answered. The goal of Praxis is to discuss topics such as parenting, communicating through conflict, managing finances, or engaging other religions. The format will be varied from teaching, to video watching, to reading about current issues. However, the emphasis of the class will be on dialogue around ideas in order to grow together.
Childcare is available with RSVP and is $5 per child.
Please join us at Seed for a discussion panel Praxis on Sunday, October 9, 2016 from 6:30-8pm. This panel will be comprised of Brian Bailey, Eurdice Haggard, and Dave Lester and together will be discussing the topic: Colorblind: What it is like to be an African American in a predominantly white church, in Seattle.
Race is often a divisive topic. Maybe you’ve had questions about race issues but never the opportunity to learn, listen, and get those questions answered. Come to this Praxis to discover the best ways to create open communication with our African American brothers and sisters.
If you are able to join us please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we know how many to expect! If you are in need of childcare it is $5 per child and please indicate the ages of your children in the email for planning purposes. RSVP cut off for childcare is October 1st. Thank you!
We would love to hear from you regarding Praxis!
Ideas for future topics, scheduling concerns,
feedback from Praxis events you’ve attended,
or if you wish to RSVP for the next event.
Documents From Previous Praxis Events
- February 2015: “Can the Bible Be Trusted?” -by Seth MacGillivray