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August 2020

Metro D.C. Labor Day Initiative 2020

August 10 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Zoom (online), United States
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The Metro D.C. Labor Day Initiative is an opportunity for churches to work individually and in partnership to promote biblical economic wisdom, advance the Common Good in our region, and encourage local business, government, and non-profit partners. 

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An Introduction to Our Racialized Economy: What MN Pastors Need to Know for the Flourishing of Their Congregations and Communities

Presenter: Luke Bobo
August 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT
Zoom (online), United States
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Pastors, join the Twin Cities Made to Flourish network on Zoom as we hear from Dr. Luke Bobo on the racialized economy. Luke will share how we got here; share present-day evidence of a racialized economy; and end with a path forward for pastors and their churches.

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A New Way To Think About The Faith (Hampton Roads)

August 12 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm EDT
Zoom (online), United States

We will have a dialogue with Dr. Antipas L. Harris about his book, "Is Christianity The White Man's Religion? How The Bible Is Good News For People Of Color."

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Innovations for the Ice Age (Cincinnati/Dayton)

Presenter: Amy Sherman
August 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Zoom (online), United States

In light of Andy Crouch's metaphor of blizzard and ice age, Amy Sherman will speak to the role of the Church in “Innovations for the Ice Age: Practical Ways to Pivot from Generous Relief to Holistic Sustainable Community Ministries.”

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A Conversation with Esau McCaulley (Phoenix)

Presenter: Rev Dr Esau McCaulley
August 19 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm MDT
Zoom (online), United States

We believe that in this season, it is as important as ever to focus on equipping leaders with language and Biblical understanding from known experts in the area of race and the church. How can pastors better equip their churches to use their vocation to be representatives of Jesus when it comes it issues of racial justice?

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New Practices of Work and Rest (Atlanta)

Presenter: Neal Salzman
August 19 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm EDT
Zoom (online), United States
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Many pastors struggle to maintain healthy practices of work and rest. And that was true before a pandemic that forced us to reinvent most of our ministry! Join us to learn from Neal Salzman of The Rest Initiative about how we can use this time of disruption to establish more sustainable practices of work and rest!

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August Pastors Lunch (Los Angeles)

August 20 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm PDT
Zoom (online), United States
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Since we have been moved to a virtual space for so long, our team would love to have a real lunch with you, like old times. RSVP by August 13th for our August third Thursday pastors' lunch, and we'll have lunch delivered to your door so we can break bread together over Zoom. (Zoom link will be provided upon registration.) We will use this space to catch up with each other and process through where our churches are at in navigating the pandemic. 

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September 2020

ONLINE EVENT: Stay Connected to Your Community During Changing Times (Twin Cities)

September 16 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm CDT
Zoom (online), United States

Join Joy Skjegstad, local consultant and author of "7 Creative Models for Community Ministry," for some tips on caring for your community during the up’s and down’s of 2020. 

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Rare Leadership (Los Angeles)

Presenter: Dr. Jim Wilder
September 17 @ 11:30 am - 12:45 pm PDT
Zoom (online), United States
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Dr. Jim Wilder is a Clinical Psychologist, Neurotheologian, author, and international speaker who develops ways to apply brain science and Christian practices that help all those who encounter the church to be drawn to and transformed into the character of Christ.  His book, Rare Leadership, is a new paradigm focused on growing emotionally mature leaders who increase trust and the bottom line while keeping relationships bigger than problems.

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