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Thursday, February 17 ~ 12:00-1:15 pm CST
Transforming Christian Leadership in a Secular World:
Challenges & Opportunities for Mentoring Future Leaders in Sport & Leisure Industries"
Panel Discussion
Lisa Friesen
Assistant Professor of
Allied Health professions
California Baptist University
Michelle Pinkney
Assistant Director of Fitwell
University of California, Riverside
Keith Coury
Quest Speed Sport Performance
Coe Michaelson
Division 1 Head Men's
Soccer Coach
California Baptist University
Brian Hemple
Manager, City of Seattle
Dr. Monica O'Rourke
& CSKLS Board of Directors
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Integration of Faith and Learning:

a conversational model to integration of faith and learning.

By Rick Langer, Director of Integration of Faith and Learning, Biola University

In this series of short YouTube videos Rick Langer presents a conversational model to integration of faith and learning. What does faith integration look like? Theodore Zeiden notes that, “Conversation is a meeting of minds with different memories and habits. When minds meet, they don’t just exchange facts; they transform them, reshape them, draw different implications from them, and engage in new trains of thought. Conversation doesn’t just reshuffle the cards; it creates new cards.” This approach to faith integration may provide new insights into ways you teach your respective discipline.

The How-To’s of integration

Teaching Integrity

Presenters Dr. Wayne Jacobs and Dr. Karen Jacobs,
LeTourneau University. Close of Conference, CSKLS 2016 Conference.

Value of Mentoring

Presenters Chris Milner, Westmont College, and Marcia Kitson Jones, San Diege Christian College and San Diego State University. Hosted by CBU online.

CSKLS 2021 Conference series of videos