1. This is the fifth and final plenary session of the Religious Education Association's 2015 annual meeting, held in Atlanta, Georgia. Program chair and incoming president Harold "Bud" Horell focused on the imagery of religious education and continuing the conversation as the association moves forward into the future.

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  2. This is the fourth plenary of the Religious Education Association's 2015 meeting, held in Atlanta, GA. Focused on religious education in public life and the global community, the session was entitled "Nurturing Care for God's Creation," and was a conversation amongst Kyle Kramer, Jennifer Ayres, and Timothy L. Van Meter, moderated by Miriam Martin.

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  3. This is the first plenary of the 2015 Religious Education Association annual meeting, held in Atlanta, GA, November 6-8. Dr. Emilie Townes is the main speaker. She is introduced by Dr. Padraic O'Hare, and Dr. Deborah Court and Dr. Thomas Groome are respondents.

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  4. This is the second plenary session of the Religious Education Association 2015 annual meeting. Dr. Horell introduced the session, Dr. Winings moderated, and Dr. Fred Edie and Nick Stuart were the two main speakers. The session focused on "The power of imagination within and beyond communities of faith."

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  5. This is the third plenary session of the Religious Education Association 2015 annual meeting — Media and Imagination. Dr. Horell introduced the session, Dr. Graham Rossiter was the main speaker, and Marisa Crawford and Dr. Katherine Turpin offered responses.

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The REA Annual Meeting of 2015 was held in Atlanta, GA.

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