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September 19, 2019 - September 21, 2019
Mimi will present two workshop lectures at this year's Liberating Evangelicalism conference (September 19-21) in Chicago, Illinois.  Her first workshop will be on the legacy of Arab women as God's agents of reconciliation. While women represent less than ten percent of all peace mediators and signatures, adding women to peacemaking tables is proven to enhance the quality and stability of peace. Women have a unique place to work effectively across party lines, especially in addressing the needs of women and children.  Her second workshop will be titled "Patriarchy and Human Flourishing." A description of this talk is forthcoming.  In order to attend this workshop, you must register for the conference event. Fnd more information (including how to register)...
September 24, 2019 - September 25, 2019
From the Event Website: "The Hugh C. Benner Preachers Conference gathers pastors, educators, and ministry leaders from across USA/Canada to explore the vital role of preaching in the life of God's people. Our hope is that ministers walk away with more than just more skills. We pray that attendees will sense a fresh work of the Spirit in their lives and ministries as they experience times of worship, learning, and connection with others. Plenary Sessions feature gifted preachers who seek to embody the task of preaching and provide insights into their preparation and sermon delivery. Time is also given for attendees to respond to the preached word through formational practices. Preaching Labs give opportunities for collaborative learning with a diverse group of practitioners wh...
October 05, 2019
Dr. Mimi Haddad has been invited to participate as a guest lecturer for a class at The School of Women in Ministry in Canada. The 2.5 hour course Mimi has been asked to teach will survey the history of women in the Bible and throughout the life of the church. This course will kick off the first unit of the class, titled "Making History."  This event is not open to the public. The School of Women in Ministry is a part of the Baptist General Conference in Canada. To learn more about The School of Women in Ministry, please visit their website. 
October 11, 2019
Patty Pell, director of justice and mission program at Denver Seminary, will moderate a discussion among men and women leaders/pastors who have differing but equally powerful stories and insights about the challenges of change and the struggle to fully embrace biblical gender equality and live out their convictions in the home, church, and the world. Admission Price: Free Event Location: Denver Seminary Chapel Simpson Building 6399 S. Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80120
October 25, 2019 - October 27, 2019
From the Event Website: "The Courage Conference is an empowering, judgement-free refuge for abuse survivors looking to heal and a training ground for victim advocates pursuing ways to end abuse. A safe, trauma-informed environment will be maintained with an Empathy Team available during the event. Hear inspiring stories, learn from informative talks, discover educational resources, and make invaluable connections with other survivors and advocates as we all pursue healing and advocacy. For meals, a restaurant is on site and other eateries are available within walking distance." For more information & to register, visit Event Location:  DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando Downtown Hotel 60 South Ivanhoe Boulevard, Orlando,...
November 21, 2019
Dr. Mimi Haddad will be moderating a panel on race and gender with John Delhousye at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, to be held in San Diego in November 21, 2019.   In addition to Mimi, panelists will include Dr. Andrea Smith, Dr. Amos Young, Dr. Valerie Landfair, and Dr. Alexia Slavaterria.  You can find out more about the 2019 ETS Annual Meeting on their website. 
November 21, 2019
Dr. Mimi Haddad will be giving a presentation at the 2019 ETS Annual Meeting entitled "Arab Women's Leadership in Peacemaking: The tail wagging the dog."  Like women peacemakers worldwide, Arab women peacemakers are not only more successful at drafting peace agreements that endure, they’re also more willing to work across religious and political divides. What is more, they center and prioritize children and women who suffer the most in times of war. This presentation will consider how Arab women peacemakers work in the most challenging circumstances and yet offer powerful models of peacemaking. To learn more about the Evangelical Theological Society's 2019 meeting, to be held in San Diego, CA this November, please visit their website.