LEAD 2019 TALKS
Sabrina talks about the importance of churches uniting with their neighbors to improve their communities together.
The Church fails to make disciples committed to, and schooled in, the non-violent love of Jesus. How to change this for the next generation?
Chrisie shares how the language of “incompatible with Christian teachings” is also harmful to victims of sexual assault and a sign of why #churchtoo arose.
Trip shares about ministry and living with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Not Today Satan: How Our Church Caught a Wave Out of the Typical UM Death Spiral
Building bridges without jumping chasms. Working in liberating the world between rural churches and dominating progressive large churches.
Andrea’s Talk: “We harbor the Divine spark, but do so from a variety of viewpoints. Gathering at the table helps us to commit to difficult conversations.”
A Good Samaritan perspective on what it means to step out on faith and do something you would never do before.
Hannah’s Talk: “Bodies are important to God. Embodied theology opens a path for us to expand our understanding of God & ourselves.”
April’s talk: “Discover how women in ministry can strengthen self-identity, support and equip each other, and continue to call out injustice.”
Lee’s Talk: “Everything I need to know about church, I learned (leading a church) in prison. It’s raw, real, wise and welcoming. And it will renew us.”
We keep telling this story about ourselves: “we are dying.” The only thing killing us is this narrative.
I started a worship service with & by folks with various abilities and disabilities. It changed the way I understand the image of God.