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Mountain Talk: Steve Corbett

June 24, 2017

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Time: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Phone: 606-337-3613 ext. 320
Location: Henderson Settlement
Price: $40 (incl. meals)
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On Saturday, June 24, Henderson Settlement will host our third MountainTalk. We’re inviting pastors and laity (those behind the pulpit, in the pew, and maybe even outside the building) to teach and talk around a particular theme – and we are inviting you to share in the learning and conversation.
This event is designed for laidback learning in a relaxed, beautiful space that’s ideal for thinking and dreaming about possibilities. We will listen and learn from each other.

Our theme is “Helping Without Hurting and Beyond: A Conversation With Steve Corbett.”

Steve, a longtime friend of Henderson Settlement, serves as the Community Development Specialist for the Chalmers Center for Economic Development and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and Community Development at Covenant College.

Steve will discuss ideas behind his book, “When Helping Hurts,” and engage participants in discussion about their context of ministry. This is an opportunity to bring your questions and perspectives around the ideas of mission and community outreach and engage with Steve and others. What kind of community ministry is effective?  What are some of the ideas and ministries that are effective? How do we help people in a way that honors that God-given dignity?  0.4 CEUs



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