Living In Story: Reciprocal Missionality in the Image of God


 

There is a wonderful Seminar coming on November 17, 2007 that I am looking forward to attending:

Living In Story: Reciprocal Missionality in the Image of God

Co-sponsored by: SCUPE and Imago Dei Community

Living in Story (LIS) is a participatory seminar that introduces a revolutionary change to church and organizational culture by identifying & awakening the often dormant capacities that enable persons to become agents of transformation in their church and community. This change represents transformation in both our churches and culture. This is a one day seminar utilizing case studies and Biblical stories that demonstrate a dynamic trajectory for the mission of the church.

A Signpost to the Transformational Community. This seminar is for Church leaders and laypersons to learn redemptive skills for:

  • Finding freedom in a culture of individualism
  • Awakening the image of God in persons
  • Empowering communities of transformation
  • Releasing God’s abundance in communities

The time is 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at George Fox Seminary, 12753 SW 68th Ave. Portland, OR 97223. The cost is $20 ($10/students) includes lunch. Registration is online or pay at the door (limited registration). For further information call Ron Pate at 503-245-1105 or ron@scupe.com

 

 

 

 

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  1. […] Living In Story: Reciprocal Missionality in the Image of God: Rob Robinson and I (at our weekly Missio Forum group gathering) got to sit with Ron Pate as he talked about enabling Jesus followers to become agents of transformation in their church and community. Ron is doing a full day seminar on the topic and Rob posts about it here. […]

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