Afternoon Seminars: Kelly Monroe Kullberg

2014 C.S. Lewis Summer Conference, July 21-31, 2014, Oxford & Cambridge, England

 Afternoon Seminars & Workshops

CM-04 Women and Human Flourishing: Today Women Abiding, Creating, and Flourishing

Kelly Monroe Kullberg

Women in general have more options today than ever before and yet, amid so many competing voices, how might I know my truest self and my calling going forward?  How does abiding relate to flourishing?  Why did Jesus say of Mary as she sat at his feet, “Mary has chosen the better part”?  How can we overcome losses that would prevent our thriving? How can I navigate the waves of postmodernity with Christ at the core – seeking to grow in the cultivation of the virtues to become more of the person God created me to be.  Flourishing likely doesn’t happen without intentionality.  Let’s take time to plan together for our best futures. This interactive, two-session seminar will seek to share successful models and principles that can help guide us into greater wholeness as we integrate new learning with our ongoing lives

kullberg3-RESIZEKelly Monroe Kullberg – Founder of the Veritas Forum. Kullberg edited the award-winning Finding God at Harvard: Spiritual Journeys of Christian Thinkers, and wrote its sequel Finding God Beyond Harvard: The Quest for Veritas. She co-authored A Faith and Culture Devotional: Daily Readings in Art, Science and Life. Kelly is an Acton fellow who co-founded Christians For A Sustainable Economy. She is developing the Renaissance Partnership for leaders in every sphere to contend for biblical truth as highest love, for cultural renewal.