Free Webinar, 1PM ET Nov. 10
The pandemic isn’t going away anytime soon and we need to reframe. We need an honest accounting of how we’re really doing and lean into Christ the hope of glory.
In this FREE webinar we’ll learn how not to waste this crisis.
Join Tod Bolsinger, Shannon Kiser and Gannon Sims for a conversation you’ll not want to miss.
This coupled with all of the other problems we’re facing leaves many of us with a profound sense of stress, exhaustion and grief.
With so many things cancelled or changed it’s hard to have anything to look forward to. Many of us are living halfheartedly. But we need to reframe. We need an honest accounting of how we’re really doing and lean into Christ the hope of glory.
The pandemic is here for awhile. And we’ll need our whole heart--and the whole body of Christ-- to get through it.
In this webinar we’ll learn how not to waste this crisis. We’ll learn how to begin addressing the root issues we’re uncovering and how to move forward.
Tod Bolsinger, recognized leader in the field of adaptive leadership in the church and colleagues from Fuller Seminary; partnering with Fresh Expressions US, a network of leaders with a track record of mission experimentation emerging out of inherited church systems; and other leading voices in the field.
Shannon Kiser serves as Fresh Expressions US Director of Training, leading our team of mission strategists and trainers in the development and implementation of the Mission Shaped Ministry course through Pioneer Learning Communities. She is also a pastor on staff with Riverside Church in Sterling, VA, a Church that worships in two languages and engages in several Fresh Expressions of Church. In the last several years, Shannon has been involved with the Presbyterian Church’s New Worshiping Communities initiative, and has directed the coaching network that supports pioneer leaders.
Gannon serves as Director of Ministry Formation, developing our cross denominational networks, The Amore Project (Church at Home) and the Ananias Project (Prayer Ministry). He also coordinates the Fresh Expressions efforts of the Baptist General Association of Virginia, an association of 1400 churches in Virginia and 16 other states.