Theology on Tap
We hear the story of Jesus's Temptation on the first weekend of Lent each year. What does this account tell us about the universality of this experience in our own lives? How can we recognize temptations and avoid being held bound? Join us the day after Ash Wednesday as Gayle Westfahl shares the insights she has gained on this passage in the past few years, some of the ways these temptations have reared themselves in her life and WWJD when they appear before you.
Gayle Westfahl is a native of Port Washington, WI and a graduate of St. Norbert College. After serving a year in Madison through Americorps* VISTA she stayed to pursue a master's degree in music at UW-Madison and subsequently pursued both interests professionally: nonprofit work at The Salvation Army and (currently) The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, music at Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish and St. Thomas Aquinas Parish. Nonprofessionally, she has always been one to engage in questions of faith, likely alternating between inspiring and frustrating the many spiritual mentors she's interrogated over the years.
What is Theology on Tap?
Theology on Tap is a monthly event, generally the fourth Thursday of the month, where 20s&30s are invited to join us for free beer and engaging talks by some of the leading thinkers, speakers, educators, innovators, and activists in the nation as they share their insights on various contemporary issues facing young adults today.
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