Learning for International Faith Engagement (L.I.F.E) Seminar 2014

April 5, 2014 - April 6, 2014
Tatamagouche NS


 Apr 5 – Apr 6, 2014 Sat 9:00 AM – Sun 4:00 PM
This Program is Hosted by the Canadian Churches’ Forum.Please register at www.ccforum.ca before March 10, 2014

This interactive seminar draws on the breadth of knowledge and experience from over three decades of global partnerships, mission exposure visits and mission trips.

Who is the LIFE Seminar for?

* Individuals contemplating leadership of international visits

* Leaders who already have groups preparing for engagement

* Hosts

* Church committees or Staff that wish to support international faith engagement
What does the LIFE Seminar offer?

* Reflection on the practical and theological issues involved

* Practice and tools for building a program from start to finish

* Networking and sharing of ideas with other international faith engagement leaders

Established in 1921, The Canadian Churches’ Forum is an ecumenical agency that works in partnership with others to foster intercultural leadership, learning and ministry.

For more information and to register, visit www.ccforum.ca


Alice Schuda

Alice SchudaAlice Schuda is the Co-Director of the Canadian Churches’ Forum. She has worked in cross-cultural and international education for the past 25 years and is passionate about nurturing life-long learning for healthy and diverse communities. She has a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature from Kent State University (USA) and a Certificate in Adult Dialogue™ Education from Global Learning Partners. She served as advisor to Waterloo Lutheran Seminary in development of its Christian Studies and Global Citizenship baccalaureate program and is part of the Ecumenical Network for Multicultural Ministry – North America (World Council of Churches).

Laura Hunter

Laura HunterLaura Hunter, Program Resource Group (PRG) facilitator, is the Justice and Stewardship Minister for Maritime Conference and a diaconal minister of The United Church of Canada.


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