Economic freedom allows us to better practice the lesson of stewardship through cooperation and trade with one another. When women create the space and opportunity to support one another, an effective community culture of flourishing ideas are created within our respective arenas.
Join other female pastors and female church leaders as we come together to understand and support one another through a growing network that integrates faith, work and economic wisdom for self-enrichment and the flourishing of our families, churches and communities.
Join us for a time such as this to empower our sisterhood and improve the wellness of our community.
Join us for a free lunch as we have a dialogue about impediments to a flourishing community and church. There will be a panel of pastors with real stories and real experiences, male and female, white pastors and pastors of color striving to answer the question "Can we, by God's grace and with God's help, train our eyes to see, notice, acknowledge, talk about, converse about the truth of structural racism and racial exclusion in our city?"
"May we search the story, acknowledge the pain, celebrate the good, that we might flourish together." -Matt Farmer, Hope Center in Kansas City, MO.
We are partnering with the monthly Pastors Dialogue on Racism, Poverty and Violence for this event.