“I have shared some soul food with you this week,” said the Rev. Suzan Johnson Cook. She was preaching at the 9:15 a.m. Friday morning worship service in the Amphitheater. Her sermon title was “A Benediction
“When your eyes are opened, a response is necessary. When you see something, you have to say something,” said the Rev. Suzan Johnson Cook at the 9:15 a.m. Tuesday morning worship service in the Amphitheater.
“We are going to concentrate on spiritual food this week,” said the Rev. Suzan Johnson Cook at the 9:15 a.m. Monday morning worship service in the Amphitheater. Her sermon title was “Keep Your Eyes Opened,”
“The daughters of Zelophehad — Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah and Tirzah — were five women who walked, worked and witnessed together. And in time, God’s time, they moved from the sidelines to the center stage
The Rev. Suzan Denise Johnson Cook, the third U. S. Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom and founder and president of Wisdom Women Worldwide Center, a global center for women of faith who are leaders, activists
Abdülhamit Bilici, exiled editor-in-chief of Zaman, one of the largest daily newspapers in Turkey, will speak at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the Baptist House. Sponsored by the Friends of the Muslims Community at Chautauqua, Bilici
The Rev. M. Craig Barnes, president of Princeton Theological Seminary and professor of pastoral ministry, returns to Chautauqua Institution as chaplain-in-residence for Week Eight. Barnes previously served as chaplain-in-residence in 2014 when Ken Burns was
“People, loving people of faith, love Scripture, love the Bible,” said the Rev. Robert Allan Hill at the 9:15 a.m. Friday morning worship service in the Amphitheater. His sermon title was “Theological Temptations” and the