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Katy White.How can we acknowledge, accept and embrace our brokenness as humans who interface with suffering in our work and personal lives? At the same time, how do we see and embrace beauty, gratitude and God's goodness? We will explore scripture, sacred rhythms, personal stories, and spiritual community on this journey of self-awareness and God- awareness.
Kali and Danny Luecke.A "thin space" is a place on Earth where heaven feels closer. Our prayer for our home is that it would be a thin space, a place where people meet God. God has given us an incredible tool for seeking His kingdom - our home and more specifically our dining room table. Come to this workshop and learn how we can use hospitality and our homes to live missionally.
Liz Redican. This session explores how transparency, confession and humility bring freedom and life by allowing us to rest in God's strength. These are essential for authentic community, where we no longer try to prove ourselves to each other, but rather proclaim God's goodness together. The result is contentment in all aspects of our lives, including our work.
Laura Cooper.Rooted in a synopsis of John Piper’s book, “Don’t Waste Your Life”, this session will challenge prevailing ideas of what it means to live by faith, and focus on the power of risk in the promise of God. We will share scriptures and principles to answer those who question choices you make to glorify God that are counterintuitive to the world's economy.
Matthew Allen. Dr. Allen will also share how the fellowship helped him leave his role as dental director of a federally qualified health center and embark upon a year-long sabbatical.
Lisa Wilson. Healthcare workers are given the opportunity to be the initial touch, to minister God, healing through our interactions and kind word of love, encouragement, and grace. Learn to develop the fruit of the spirit in our lives as workers so we can greet the patients with love and create a peaceful atmosphere.
Natalie King and Danny Pike. Well-meaning advice from church, family, and friends adds to the confusion. Whether you are a single adult desiring to live whole-heartedly for God but struggle with these mixed messages, or a friend/team member who wants to better support your single colleagues, this session will be helpful. We will explore different perspectives on serving God during a season of singleness, breakdown some myths, and provide Biblical and practical wisdom in their place.
Steve Noblett. God is moving across our country, calling more and more followers of Christ to live out the gospel of the Kingdom of God through healthcare among those who are poor or marginalized.
Bob Mason.This “working” session will explore the ethical basis for spiritual care plus provide you with profession, timely, and practical methods to care for the whole person in the clinical setting.
Chauncey Shillow. Of the many disciplines available to ministry leaders, the biblical discipline of solitude needs to be reclaimed in order to remain consecrated to God and to the vocation to which he has called us