Join us on the Front Porch Conversation as we have a conversation with two recent college graduates who decided to enter the VB Fellows program after graduation in 2019. The "VB Fellows program is a faith-based leadership development program in Virginia Beach (Va) for recent college graduates." This program was co-founded by Jay McCabe, former Campus Pastor at University of Virginia and a Made To Flourish member who contributes to the Hampton Roads City Network.
One of our VB Fellows' guest will be Lindsey McLucas, who is from Virginia and graduated from James Madison University with a Technical Writing degree. She is passionate about seeing the church embody the love of Christ for the oppressed and marginalized in our midst, especially individuals and communities that have been historically under-resourced.
The other VB Fellows guest is Nathalie Munn, who is from New York and graduated from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse. Her passions revolve around environmental sustainability, creation care and evangelism.
Join us as we discuss how they perceive racial, economic and environmental justice in Hampton Roads as seen through their lens during their interactions in the communities with VB Fellows. We will also discuss their interactions within the local churches and projects they worked on to connect local pastors, churches and communities.
Having a plan in place can make things easier for your family after you’re gone. Join us May 6th at 2:00 PM to learn how to use the necessary documents to make your wishes known about your health, end-of-life decisions, and asset distribution.
Invite your children and beneficiaries to join us, THRIVENT and Made To Flourish Hampton Roads, while we explore this important topic.
Join Justin House (Made To Flourish Richmond) and Charles Cheek (Made To Flourish Hampton Roads) as they host another dynamic hour of conversation on the economic impact of the pandemic on the Black Church and the Black Community. Our guests will be Luke Bobo, Made To Flourish Director of Strategic Partnerships, and Leo Whitaker, Executive Minister of the Baptist Church Convention of Virginia.
How do you shepherd your people through the work-life ramifications of COVID19? We know that you are overwhelmed with delivering online church and nurturing connections with members of your congregation. You know that your people are wrestling with huge changes to their work lives. We welcome Missy Wallace, VP & Executive Director of the Global Faith and Work Initiative, to our next Made to Flourish Pastors gathering, a virtual lunch on May 7.
Join us for an opportunity to hear from a city leader and get a state of our region report. This will be followed by a discussion of best practices that churches, leaders and businesses are using to love and encourage our neighbors while honoring shelter in place restrictions during Covid-19. We will also discuss ways in which our faith communities can come alongside of our cities to help with health and recovery efforts.
Have you faced a workload that has increased, changed or become more dangerous under frontline environments? What about those in your church or ministry? Disrupted work presents new needs and challenges, and calls for new solutions.
MTF Chicago is partnering with Faith & Work Chicago to discuss how we can we care for the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of our co-workers and congregants.
Join Denver Institute for Faith & Work and Made to Flourish for a Zoom call with Missy Wallace of the Global Faith & Work Initiative (City to City.) Missy recently developed the COVID-19 Work Disruption Tool, a model for bringing the hope of the gospel to your members in a contextualized way. We’ll also hear from two people experiencing unemployment about how their faith community can best support them in this season.
We are working to equip churches and pastors to serve the unemployed during COVID19. Join us for a webinar in which we will present some resources for finding jobs, job readiness, navigating unemployment, housing issues, and empowering our church body in the work of job creation.
Our speaker is Tod Bolsinger, author of "Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territories," and Vice President and Chief of Leadership Formation at Fuller Seminary. Tod is one of the top voices on leading through change, and we are excited to have him speak in this unique moment in which we find ourselves.