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  • Reading Group Session Audio | Wheaton
    Audio and Video on C S Lewis Audio and Video on Tolkien Audio on Other Wade Authors Reading Group Session Audio Wade Visual Tour Get Involved Donate Materials Volunteer Wade Center Media Gallery Reading Group Session Audio Reading Group Session Audio Menu Audio and Video on C S Lewis Audio and Video on Tolkien Audio on Other Wade Authors Reading Group Session Audio Wade Visual Tour Reading at the Wade Saturday Book Group This book discussion group facilitated by Dr Rolland Hein meets at the Wade Center on Saturday mornings from 10 00am 11 00am January 9 April 9 This winter participants will be reading The Greater Trumps by Charles Williams and Lilith by George MacDonald syllabus To download right click on a file below and select Save As to save the file to your computer January 9 Man Who Was Thursday January 16 Greater Trumps January 23 Greater Trumps January 30 Greater Trumps February 6 session cancelled February 13 Greater Trumps conclusion Detective Fiction Book Discussion Prof David McNutt adjunct professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Wheaton College led noontime and evening sessions exploring detective fiction works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle G K Chesterton and Dorothy L Sayers that feature their respective detective characters Sherlock Holmes Father Brown and Lord Peter Wimsey Classes were held March April 2011 syllabus To download right click on a file and select Save As to save the file to your computer March 14 MP3 download March 21 MP3 download March 28 MP3 download April 4 MP3 download April 11 MP3 download April 18 MP3 download The Wise Woman Class Dr Chris Mitchell led noontime and evening sessions exploring George MacDonald s fairy tale The Wise Woman Mondays in February 2011 syllabus To download right click on a file and select Save

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  • Wade Visual Tour | Wheaton
    Research Visits Journal VII Subscriptions Contents Submissions Support VII About the Journal Media Gallery Audio and Video on C S Lewis Audio and Video on Tolkien Audio on Other Wade Authors Reading Group Session Audio Wade Visual Tour Get Involved Donate Materials Volunteer Wade Center Media Gallery Wade Visual Tour Wade Visual Tour Menu Audio and Video on C S Lewis Audio and Video on Tolkien Audio on Other Wade

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  • Get Involved | Wheaton
    the work of the Wade Center Menu Authors Collections Services Get Involved Donate Materials Volunteer Journal VII Media Gallery News and Events Welcome Financial Gifts If you are interested in the work of The Marion E Wade Center and the writings of the seven authors we invite you to become a Friend of the Wade through direct financial support Currently the Wade Center is only partially supported by its endowment The remaining portion of our operating budget is dependent upon donations from friends visitors and users Resources supported by Friends of the Wade include the research library archives and museum which are the heart of the Wade Center in addition to educational programs provided by Wade staff locally around the country and internationally The Friends of the Wade have also underwritten special projects such as outfitting the Wade Center s museum with an audio visual kiosk and endowing Martha s Table a hospitality fund named in honor of Martha Kilby Gifts can be made in any amount and can be given regularly or on a one time basis All gifts are acknowledged with a receipt as a tax deductible gift to Wheaton College Friends of the Wade receive a newsletter in the spring and autumn and occasional other information related to Wade Center acquisitions publications and events Thank you for considering joining with us as one of the Friends of the Wade Make a Donation by Credit Card Click to this secure online form check the Other box and type in Friends of the Wade Make a Donation by Mail Download and print this form PDF 83 KB Volunteer If you would like to know more about volunteering at the Wade Center see our Volunteer page Donate Materials The Wade Center gratefully accepts donations of materials related to our seven

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  • Donate Materials | Wheaton
    VII Subscriptions Contents Submissions Support VII About the Journal Media Gallery Audio and Video on C S Lewis Audio and Video on Tolkien Audio on Other Wade Authors Reading Group Session Audio Wade Visual Tour Get Involved Donate Materials Volunteer Wade Center Get Involved Donate Materials Donate Materials Menu Donate Materials Volunteer The Wade Center gratefully accepts donations of materials related to the seven authors in our collection If you are considering making a donation please contact the Wade archival staff at wade wheaton edu or 630 752 5908 Once materials have arrived donors will be sent a receipt from Wheaton College that can be used for tax purposes However we are unable to offer appraisal values on donated items due to IRS policies For more information on item valuation please see our appraisals page Our Collection Development Summary provides more information on the Wade Center s mission and the types of items which will further our collection goals and priorities Donated materials which are already held in our collection may be placed in our small on site book shop for re sale We love finding good homes for these items from amongst the 10 000 visitors we welcome each

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  • Volunteer | Wheaton
    Auditorium Hansen Lectures Wade Publications Collections Services Appraisals Collection Listings Duplication Services Kilby Research Grant Other Local Facilities Reading Room Applications Reading Room Guidelines Reference Questions Research Visits Journal VII Subscriptions Contents Submissions Support VII About the Journal Media Gallery Audio and Video on C S Lewis Audio and Video on Tolkien Audio on Other Wade Authors Reading Group Session Audio Wade Visual Tour Get Involved Donate Materials Volunteer Wade Center Get Involved Volunteer Volunteer Menu Donate Materials Volunteer The Wade Center welcomes 10 000 visitors and researchers a year who are interested in its collections and programs Wade Center volunteers often welcome guests and provide reception desk coverage as well as help with special events and programming Volunteers with library or archives expertise or the willingness to be trained are sometimes involved with projects relating to our archives and collections A volunteers commitment varies depending on the nature of the current needs of the Wade and volunteer availability If you are interested in helping in this important work contact the Wade Center for more information Click here for to fill out a volunteer application Share This Page Feedback Media Center Back to Top The Marion E Wade Center Welcome

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  • About Us | Wheaton
    can deepen in their own discipleship and live their witness for Christ before others and what it will mean to bring gospel values to bear in challenging work setting and sectors Meanwhile the signs are not good that the church is rising to address the challenge In a recent Barna Group five year study on why young people are leaving the church 84 of Christians ages 18 to 29 said they have no idea how the Bible applies to their professional interests A whole generation is right now seeking guidance from faith leaders and often finding none What does God have to say about our work both the choice of what work each of us should do and the ways we do that work once we ve chosen it How can Wheaton undergraduate and graduate students launch themselves into work lives that will serve public family and marketplace institutions with integrity Response Opus will address these and other issues related to how Christians view and interact with their work We will work toward a day when Christians have discovered the power of work to give glimpses of God s kingdom in a confused world and to serve as an essential part of an overall witness to the goodness of God Opus finds its energy and direction in the belief that a Christian liberal arts education is the best preparation possible for all manner of callings across the career spectrum We rejoice in our responsibility and privilege to help students mature and progress in how God would call them into the workplace whatever form that takes Projects Projects in year one 2014 15 include the following establishing faculty and graduate student fellowship programs vocational discernment groups for undergraduate students independent research on vocation across disciplines and the development of a resource

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  • Q&A about Opus: The Art of Work | Wheaton
    we do need to make a living which is a part of vocation but it s only one aspect of the idea At its foundation vocation is first about our relationship with God and only then about our relationships with people and society That s why you re unlikely to discover your vocation by yourself To discern the right vocational path you need the people who know you the best as well as the God who knit you together What are our goals for the institute over the next one to two years Chris In years one and two we re pouring the foundation and erecting the framework for a new understanding of vocation at Wheaton This is not an outside in movement but an inside out one What I mean by that is that it won t happen by Ben and me standing on a soapbox and shouting or bringing in speakers to do the same Rather it will happen by attracting the energy and wisdom of people from every part of our community students professors staff alumni and then handing them the resources to develop new vocational understandings within their own disciplines and roles This will look like lots of things some of which we even already know about Research grants the creation of new vocationally focused learning units across the existing curriculum reading and discussion groups trips to conferences in short a bunch of new ways that students can develop vocational discernment and professors can develop and teach a body of biblical practical knowledge on faith and work Possibly the most important goal for the first two years is the task of planning well We need first to discern carefully and prayerfully our context task resources and potential roadblocks second to create an action plan whose aim is to foster a long term flourishing of faith and vocation teaching mentoring and research on this campus Ben I want the institute to become a highly valued partner within the Wheaton community which will take listening carefully to our college colleagues and students as we seek to discern the exact issues challenges and opportunities present It will also mean making new friends among Wheaton alumni and other off campus groups because we need them as close partners in order to achieve the range of goals we ve set for years one and two We plan to complete several projects alongside our partners including the Faculty Fellowship program a multi faceted January conference on faith and work traveling workshops for churches research grants to support faculty who work on these issues and vocational discernment groups for undergraduate students We want the institute to be of the best possible service to Wheaton College and to the larger Church as we seek to catalyze thought and practice related to this Christian vision for vocation As you look ten years out what fruit do you hope comes from the institute s presence both at Wheaton and in the world Chris In ten years

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  • Opus Staff | Wheaton
    of the disconnect many Christians experience between faith and marketplace work and of the kingdom value of ordinary work He considers his work with Opus at Wheaton a wonderful continuation of those efforts in a strategic new setting Chris has written Patron Saints for Postmoderns IVP 2009 and the forthcoming Medieval Wisdom An Exploration with C S Lewis Baker Academic He is senior editor of Christian History magazine and founding senior editor of the Patheos Faith and Work channel He blogs at gratefultothedead wordpress com Ben Norquist Assistant Director benjamin norquist wheaton edu Ben and his wife Ariel are raising their three children to love God and their neighbors Ben served as a departmental director for seven years at Bryan College Dayton Tennessee where he built signature international and domestic programs in support of student learning and spiritual development and taught as an Assistant Professor in the political science department As an undergraduate at Bryan College Ben studied history and political science and went on to receive his M A in Classical Liberal Arts from St John s College Annapolis Maryland He is a member of the Association of Scholars of Trafficking in Persons and studies the dynamics of trafficking and best practices for addressing the issue within the anti trafficking movement Ben loves reading running through the sprinkler with his kids and enjoying life s adventures with his wife He comes to Opus excited to partner with faculty staff and students to create work and thought of the highest caliber around the issues of faith and vocation Specialties Dynamics of human trafficking The Great Books of the Western world Classical liberal arts Christian spiritual formation Experiential education Sarah Thom Office Coordinator sarah thom wheaton edu Sarah Harris Thom 03 is originally from Decatur Georgia and studied English at Wheaton

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