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2017 Festival of Homiletics

Make plans today to join us May 15-19 for the 2017 Festival of Homiletics in downtown San Antonio. An early-bird discount is available through Feb. 15 at

This year's Festival features Rob Bell, Barbara Brown Taylor, Nadia Bolz-Weber, Walter Brueggemann, Anna Carter Florence, Otis Moss III, Yvette Flunder, Will Willimon and more.

Find out more information at Early-bird registration closes Feb. 15, 2017.

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