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January Series – Rick Steves: Why Travel Makes Us Better Global Citizens

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Rick Steves is a popular public television host, best-selling guidebook author, and outspoken activist who encourages people to broaden their perspectives through travel. For over 40 years he has been […]

January Series – Colum McCann: Making Peace with Stories

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

International bestselling author Colum McCann braves the darkness within his stories’ subject matter in order to reach the light on the far side, and his mission is to help others […]

January Series – N.T. (Tom) Wright: Galatians in Three Dimensions

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

As one of the world’s leading New Testament scholars, NT Wright is well equipped to lead us through the book of Galatians and help us understand it on three different […]

January Series – Simply Three in Concert & Conversation

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

The electrifying string trio of Glen McDaniel, Nick Villalobos, and Zack Clark, together known as Simply Three, will present a concert and conversation. By reshaping convention through a style of […]

January Series – Brad Montague: Becoming Better Grownups

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Brad Montague is a writer and director on a mission to create stories that cultivate empathy and imagination in kids and former kids. As the creator of the hit web […]

January Series: What Can A Body Do? (Dr. Sara Hendren)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Sara Hendren is an artist, design researcher, and writer who teaches design for disability at Olin College of Engineering. Her work has been exhibited widely and is held in the permanent collections of MoMA and the Cooper Hewitt design museum; her writing and design work have been featured in The New York Times and Fast […]

January Series: Reclaiming Curiosity in Divided Times (Monica Guzman)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Mónica Guzmán is a bridge builder, journalist, and entrepreneur who lives for great conversations sparked by curious questions. She’s senior fellow for public practice at Braver Angels, the nation’s largest cross-partisan grassroots organization working to depolarize America; host of live interview series at Crosscut; and cofounder of the award-winning Seattle newsletter The Evergrey.   The […]

January Series: The Urgent Pursuit to Nourish the World (Nate Mook)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Nate Mook is the CEO of World Central Kitchen. Nate began working with Chef José Andrés and World Central Kitchen in 2012, and together they produced the PBS/National Geographic documentary “Undiscovered Haiti” in 2015. Since then, Nate has led the organization’s dramatic growth and strategic shift to its current work using food as a solution […]

January Series: Following Jesus in a Warming World (Rev. Kyle Meyaard-Schaap)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Rev. Kyle Meyaard-Schaap serves as the Vice President of the Evangelical Environmental Network. For the last ten years, he has educated and mobilized Christians around the world to address the climate crisis as an act of discipleship and neighbor-love. His work has been featured in national and international news outlets such as PBS, NPR, CNN, […]

January Series: My Body is Not a Prayer Request (Dr. Amy Kenny)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Amy Kenny is a disabled scholar and a Shakespeare Lecturer who hates Hamlet. Her work on disability has been featured in Teen Vogue, Sojourners, Shondaland, The Mighty, and Huff Post. Her book, My Body Is Not A Prayer Request, published by Brazos in 2022, mixes humor, personal narrative, and theology to invite faith communities to rethink their unintentional ableism and […]

January Series: To Stick with Love–King’s Vision for Today’s Movement (Dr. Gregory Thompson)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Gregory Thompson (PhD, University of Virginia) is an artist of diverse creative background who works at the intersection of moral imagination and social change. Focusing on matters of race, religion, public memory, and hospitality, Gregory currently serves as Co-Director of Voices Underground, an organization committed to helping local communities recover and honor their African American […]

January Series: Song Selections (Kaia Kater)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Kaia draws on her diverse influences in Quebec, the Caribbean, and Appalachia, bringing them together to present an exciting musical direction. What started out as a search to discover the roots of her identity became a physical and emotional exploration of history, in particular her paternal ancestry, and has led to bold new heights of […]

January Series: Learning Together, Living Together–What the World Needs from Christian Liberal Arts Education (Dr. Noah Toly)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Noah J. Toly, PhD, is the ninth chief academic officer at Calvin University. A '99 graduate of Wheaton College with a bachelor of arts degree in interdisciplinary studies and Spanish, Toly earned a master of arts degree in theology from Wheaton College in 2012. He earned both a master of arts degree in urban affairs […]

January Series: Family and Environmental Legacies (Kerri Arsenault)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Kerry Arsenault is Co-founder of The Environmental Storytelling Studio at Brown University (TESS), contributing editor at Orion magazine, book critic, and author of Mill Town: Reckoning with What Remains, an […]

January Series: Life After Perfect (Dr. Kate Bowler)

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Kate Bowler, PhD is a New York Times bestselling author, podcast host, and a professor at Duke University. She studies the cultural stories we tell ourselves about success, suffering, and […]

January Series in July: Prof. Jennifer Holberg

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Missing those January Series lectures that cultivate deep thought and conversation? Calvin University is pleased to provide three pre-recorded talks on Wednesdays in July: July 12th, 19th, and 26th. You can watch the lectures at White Lake Community Library at 12:30pm or from home. A link to watch each talk from home will be posted […]

January Series in July: Prof. Kevin Timpe

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Missing those January Series lectures that cultivate deep thought and conversation? Calvin University is pleased to provide three pre-recorded talks on Wednesdays in July: July 12th, 19th, and 26th. You can watch the lectures at White Lake Community Library at 12:30pm or from home. A link to watch each talk from home will be posted […]

January Series in July: Profs Matt Heun & Kate van Liere

White Lake Community Library 3900 W White Lake Dr, Whitehall, Michigan

Missing those January Series lectures that cultivate deep thought and conversation? Calvin University is pleased to provide three pre-recorded talks on Wednesdays in July: July 12th, 19th, and 26th. You can watch the lectures at White Lake Community Library at 12:30pm or from home. A link to watch each talk from home will be posted […]