Seeking Shalom

Seeking Shalom Conference 2017

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Seeking Shalom Conference 2017 is a day of ecumenical examination of what it means to be Christ in a changing world.

Discipleship is difficult

Time is rare

What does it mean to follow Christ rather than just learn about him?

Is it costly to follow Christ and actually live and be in a unique way?

How do we cultivate community in a way that affects our lifestyles, our priorities, and our very way of being?

Saturday, July 29 • 10am – 8pm

Seeking Shalom is for anyone looking for answers to those questions.

This conference is oriented toward any serious Christ-follower who wants to allow Christ to change their very way of being.

So we are inviting:

-ordinary Christians

-youth of 6th – 12th grade

-college-age 

-youth leaders

-parents

-sunday school teachers

-youth mentors

-community organizers

-teachers/coaches/role models

-YOU

2 Comments

  1. Seth,

    This conference looks awe inspiring… We – Sam and I – look forward to participating.

    Thank you for your passion in orchestrating.

    Blessings,
    Cindy Jones

  2. Karen M. DeWitt

    July 8, 2017 at 5:32 pm

    I am anticipating this conference with great excitement and hope. It addresses the issues that I struggle with in a world that has changed so drastically that at times it feels alien. How and where do I fit in this world, as a follower of Christ? Or do I stand apart? How do I then show His love and share the Good News of forgiveness and salvation? What language do I speak to communicate the Tidings of Great Joy? At age 66, I am feeling hopelessly out of touch. The gap between my faith and the world I know is so huge compared to the parents of today and the children of tomorrow. How do I build those bridges? How do I make my faith relevant to their reality and today’s world without compromising the reality of the message “If you love me, you will follow my commandments?”, while communicating the most important message of all, “For God so loved the world that He sent His only begotten Son to die for us…”?

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