Posts from the ‘Blog’ Category

  • Justice Conference 2013 Sneak Peek!

    February 20th, 2013 | Blog, Justice & Ethics

      Curious about the speakers at The Justice Conference 2013? Get a sneak peek of them right here! You’ll find answers to questions on justice, theology, philosophy and more! Want to see all the Q&A from last year’s Pre-Conference? Click here. Ken Wytsma Ken Wytsma is a leader, innovator and social entrepreneur. Ken received a […]

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  • Pursuing Justice, by Ken Wytsma – a review

    January 27th, 2013 | Blog, Justice & Ethics, Ken Wytsma, Theology & the Bible

    The following is an Amazon.com review of Ken Wytsma’s upcoming book Pursuing Justice (now available to order from Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble). Ken, one of our most popular speakers, is the Founder of The Justice Conference, President of Kilns College, and Pastor of Antioch Church in Bend, OR.       “Even though we […]

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  • Justice & Ethics

    January 24th, 2013 | Blog

    Looking for answers on justice? Check out our Justice and Ethics page for all of the justice questions our speakers have answered. You can never learn too much about justice. Never stop educating yourself, never stop trying to find your blind spots, never give up hope that we can change the world!  

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  • Pursuing Justice – by Ken Wytsma

    January 10th, 2013 | Blog

    Ken Wytsma, one of our regular speakers, is releasing a new book in a month! You can read more about it and pre-order it on Amazon.com. Ken is the Founder of The Justice Conference – an international conference exposing men and women to issues, organizations and conversations related to justice. This year’s conference is in […]

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  • New Year’s Resolutions?

    January 3rd, 2013 | Blog

    Looking for some help making or keeping your New Years Resolutions? Here are three videos from Ken Wytsma on how to integrate positive change in your life. Ken Wytsma :: How do we grow after we realize our need to change? We realize we need to grow or make a change…now what? The answer is […]

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  • Most Watched Videos 2012

    December 27th, 2012 | Blog

    We’re currently counting down to New Year’s Day on our Facebook page with the most watched videos of 2012. Can’t wait until 2013 to see the full list? Here’s a sneak peek! 1. Ken Wytsma :: How do I know if hardship is from God? 2. Ken Wytsma :: What is the meaning of ‘Justice’? […]

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  • Christmas Questions from 2012

    December 13th, 2012 | Blog

    We had some killer questions about our holiday traditions in 2012…check these out! Ken Wytsma :: Does Christmas have Pagan origins? “Everything about our faith is set somewhere along the way in time, in culture,” says Ken Wytsma, Pastor of Antioch Church in Bend, OR and President of Kilns College. The Roman Empire chose to […]

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  • The Justice Conference – Holiday Promotion

    December 6th, 2012 | Blog

    In just a few months, we’ll be packing up and heading to The Justice Conference in Philadelphia! Many former Redux speakers will be speaking at the conference, and we’ll be at our booth in the exhibitor’s area the whole weekend. If you’re there, we hope you drop by and say hi! If you’re still haven’t […]

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  • New Speakers!

    September 24th, 2012 | Blog

    We’ve had two new amazing speakers over the last month: Dr. Eleonore Stump, an Author and Philosopher, and Dr. H. Wayne House, an Author, Theologian and Bible Scholar. They answered questions about Genesis, evolution, God’s will, suffering, pacifism and more! Click the images below to check out their videos and read more about them. H. […]

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  • Upcoming Speakers

    August 24th, 2012 | Blog

    Some exciting speakers are headed our way! You better be ready to get your smart on: Dr. House is a renowned Theologian and Bible Scholar who was the New Testament editor of the Nelson Study Bible, and Dr. Stump is one of the pre-eminent Christian philosophers in the world! Check out their expanded bios below… […]

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