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You’re Invited: The 2018 Day of Common Learning
Join us Wednesday, October 17 for SPU’s annual Day of Common Learning. At 10 a.m., Dr. A.J. Swoboda will bring the keynote address, “Green Jesus: Embracing a Sustainable Faith,” followed by afternoon breakout sessions on creation care and sustainability. And don’t miss an evening showing of new documentaries showcasing the intersection of faith, business, and the environment.
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