Workshops for the 2020 Honor-Shame Conference

Workshops were a highlight of the 2017 Honor-Shame Conference. The topics and speakers were excellent. So we are excited to organize more workshops for the 2020 Honor-Shame Conference.  

We are currently accepting submissions for workshop presentations. Complete this form by October 15 to be considered. 

Twenty-eight excellent workshops will be presented at the Honor-Shame Conference. These alone are reason enough to register and attend! The following people plan to lead a workshop presentation at next year’s gathering:

  • Gerry Breshears, professor of systematic theology and chair of the Division of Biblical and Theological Studies at Western Seminary
  • Duane Elmer, director of the Ph.D. program in educational studies and the G. W. Aldeen Chair of International Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
  • Audrey Frank, author/speaker, Fellow at The Truth Collective
  • Sunny Hong, intercultural consultant with SIL International and Wycliffe Bible Translators
  • Philip Jamieson, president of United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences
  • Joshua Jipp, associate professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
  • Jukka Kääriäinen, associate professor of systematic theology at China Lutheran Seminary in Hsinchu, Taiwan
  • Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, professor of systematic theology at Fuller Theological Seminary 
  • Samuel Melvin, founder of The Church and Race Ministries
  • Juliet November, author and cross-cultural worker in Thailand
  • E. Randolph Richards, professor of biblical studies and provost at Palm Beach Atlantic University
  • Ken Roberts serves with Pioneers Int’l, and has walked alongside Hindus in India and America for over 10 years
  • Sheryl Takagi Silzer, adjunct professor at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University
  • Chris Sneller, director of innovation at Bridges International, a division of Cru
  • Trey Thomas, cross-cultural trainer, East Asia

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