One Month Removed…

We are almost one month removed from the 2016 APT Biennial Conference in NYC. What are some of the thoughts, ideas, questions, and experiences from the conference that you have begun to integrate in your own contexts? We would love … Continue reading

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New issue of Practical Matters journal

[Click post title to see link] The new issue is now out and available here.

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Pictures and News Story about APT Biennial

[click post title to see link] Over at our Facebook page, we’ve posted some pictures and a story about the Biennial…  

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Blog entry (#2 of 2) with pictures and narrative about our Biennial Conference

[Click post title to see link] The second blog entry from Dr. John Gonzalez, documenting the recent APT Biennial Conference, is here. Thank you, John!  

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Blog entry (#1 of 2), with pictures and narrative, about our Biennial Conference

[click title of post to see link] Dr. John Gonzalez has shared with us some blog entries he created, with pictures and narrative, describing our Biennial Conference last weekend. The first is here. The second is coming soon. Thank you, … Continue reading

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Text of Opening Remarks from the Biennial

We will continue to post pictures, stories, and other material from the Biennial Conference this weekend; hopefully they will evoke and provoke the furtherance of practical theology in your setting. Here are the complete opening remarks by APT President (now … Continue reading

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Followup to Biennial Session on “Art and Practical Theology in the Big House”

[click post title to see video] Dr. Hans Hallundbaek of Hudson River Presbytery Prison Ministry, who presented at the APT Biennial, has shared with us two videos related to the conversation in his session with Juan Roldan, New York State … Continue reading

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Visualizing the Tweets from the 2016 Biennial Conference

Christopher The, a doctoral student at Fuller Theological Seminary, sent us some cool visualization tools that let users ‘see’ the tweets from the APT Biennial this weekend. Some require subscription and some are free trials. Our hashtag for the conference … Continue reading

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