Remember. Breathe. Dream.
A guided meditation that Habito had recorded earlier for YouTube found a second life as part of multimedia exhibit called Remember. Breathe. Dream. now underway at Cara Mia Theatre in Dallas. The exhibit includes installations created by Cara Mía’s Playwright in Residence Virginia Grise, Dallas sculptor Andrew Scott in collaboration with Ruben Habito, and storyteller and healer Stefanie Tovar.
“At this moment of national instability, ‘Remember. Breathe. Dream.’ invites us to ground in our shared humanity as a possibility for creating another future. This exhibition is curated to provoke us to remember where we have come from, breathe in the present moment and dream out our future,” said David Lozano, Cara Mia’s Executive Artistic Director. Tickets are available; reservations for timed entry required. The show continues through December 13. Read more about the exhibit in this Dallas Morning News story.
Alyce M. McKenzie, Director of the Center for Preaching Excellence, has contributed an academic essay on teaching preaching to the web resource library of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. View the article here: Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? Thoughts on Preaching and the Teaching of Preaching. McKenzie, who is also Le Van Professor of Preaching and Worship, wrote the essay at the request of Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Priscilla Pope-Levison’s new book, Models of Evangelism, was recently featured in a Christianity Today blog, “20 Truths from ‘Models of Evangelism’ by Priscilla Pope-Levison.” Read the post on The Exchange, a blog by Ed Stetzer, here.
Pope-Levison, Associate Dean for External Programs & Professor of Ministerial Studies, was also interviewed about her book for the program Equipped with Chris Brooks on Moody Radio. Listen to the interview here. Other media coverage included a review of the book in Influence Magazine, an excerpt in Baptist News Global, and an interview for Influence Podcast.