Tuesday, May 23 – Friday, May 26, 2017
Offered by the Mastery Foundation
This is an advanced, interfaith workshop for both lay and ordained persons, in church settings and wherever you serve others. It will challenge you to rethink what is possible for yourself and for your ministry, and it will provide you with the tools to successfully bring about a future that is a match for your vision and commitment. In ministry there is seldom time to step aside and look behind our decisions, habits, and practices in order to examine how we make choices and how we relate to ourselves and to others. If we were to take the time, what would we see about how we approach our work, about the frameworks from which we think, about how we study and learn, about how we relate to others? This course challenges old assumptions and creates new tools to empower you to deal effectively with the issues that are most basic and urgent to ministry–the daily business of fully living out your calling, making thoughtful choices, relating powerfully to others, and having your life and ministry make the difference you want them to make.
Rather than providing answers, tips, or rules, Making a Difference provides you with the tools to create a new and direct access to your own power and effectiveness. These tools enable you to move beyond the constraints placed on you–whether by yourself or by others and to find new power to shape what is possible for the future. As a result, you will experience a dramatic increase in your effectiveness and a new ability to make the difference you are committed to making. For more information contact Sr. Shane Phelan: [email protected] gmail.com. Register directly through the Mastery Foundation: http://www.masteryfoundation.org/interfaith/schedule/index.php
Cost: $550, deposit: $120