Category: The Gospel Initiative

Denver Seminary’s Gospel Initiative Addresses Youth Mental Health Crisis with Free Conference – Compelling and Credible Witness: The Church and Youth Mental Health

It is no secret that youth mental health remains a major challenge in our society. Between 2017-2021, youth suicide soared, reaching record numbers by 2021. How can the Church take a proactive and positive approach to addressing youth mental health? Join The Gospel Initiative at Denver Seminary on Fri. Feb. 9, from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.,…

Addressing Critical Questions: The Church and Christian Nationalism, Fri., October 13

In recent years the phrase “Christian nationalism” has been widely used to describe evangelical partisan participation in politics. What is Christian nationalism and how can Christians and non-Christians think about Christian nationalism, listen to one another carefully, and have productive dialogue about this controversial topic?  Join The Gospel Initiative at Denver Seminary for an opportunity…

Bridging Faith and Science: Christianity and Human Origins, Sept. 14 and 15

For many, the relationship between Christian faith and the science of human origins has a direct impact on the credibility of the Church. And for many in our churches, this matter can become a reason to question their faith. Join The Gospel Initiative at Denver Seminary for an opportunity to explore faith and science during…

Evangelicals and Creation Care

In a culture that is deeply concerned about environmental issues, what role should evangelicals have when it comes to creation care? Why should we care for creation, and why should we talk about creation care? How can we use Scripture to address creation care? And how can we thoughtfully consider and address Bible passages that…

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99 Arepas for Peace: An Advent Story

Michelle Ferrigno Warren, co-founder of Open Door Ministries and adjunct professor of Denver Seminary’s MA in Cultural Engagement program, reflects on the recent arrival of Venezuelan migrants in Denver during the Advent season, and how sacrificing our time and resources to serve and care for those in need is connected to God’s call for Christians…

Re-Imagining Christian Witness to Immigrants

Compelling and Credible Witness: The Church and Immigration ConferenceFri., Jan. 27, Denver Seminary Littleton, Colo. – Join The Gospel Initiative at Denver Seminary for an opportunity to explore how the Church can engage in a compelling way in order to witness to immigrants. Compelling and Credible Witness: The Church and Immigration will be held at…

Living as a Christian in a Secular Age

In this thought-provoking, informative, and entertaining lecture hosted by The Gospel Initiative at Denver Seminary, Dr. Michael Bird, author of Religious Freedom in a Secular Age and academic dean and lecturer in New Testament at Ridley College in Melbourne, Australia, shared about what it means to live as a Christian in a secular age….

Dr. Mark Yarhouse to Speak at Denver Seminary’s Compelling and Credible Witness: The Church And Human Sexuality Conference, Oct. 29

Littleton, Colo. – Dr. Mark Yarhouse, director of the Sexual and Gender Identity Institute at Wheaton College, will address the topic of the gospel and human sexuality during the Compelling and Credible Witness: The Church and Human Sexuality conference on Fri., Oct. 29. Through this conference, Denver Seminary and The Gospel Initiative will consider how…