In the context in which we live, many of us lead busy, frenzied, fragmented lives, and this fragmentation often keeps us from experiencing the wholeness God intends for us in Christ. In this weekend seminar, Chuck DeGroat will offer material from his newly-released book Wholeheartedness invites us to deal with the busyness and fragmentation we experience, and cast a wise vision for whole, mature life in Christ.
Childcare will be available upon request for this event, and the seminar cost includes a copy of Chuck’s new book.
Dates: Friday, March 4, 7-9pm & Saturday March 5, 9am-12pm
Place: 1st Baptist Building, multipurpose chapel
Cost: $10 per person
Other info: childcare provided upon request; fee includes refreshments and a copy of Wholeheartedness
Chuck DeGroat is Associate Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling at Western Theological Seminary, MI, and Senior Fellow at Newbigin House of Studies, San Francisco, which he co-founded with Scot Sherman. He has served as Teaching Pastor at City Church San Francisco, as well as adjunct professor and director of spiritual formation at Reformed Theological Seminary.
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We hope to see you there!