13-Week Support Group Starting August 26th
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If you are experiencing the emotional trauma of separation/divorce, you can find relief through Divorce Care, a 13-week support group. It is designed to help you understand what you’re going through and how to heal so that you will make decisions you won’t regret. Through the videos, discussions and workbook God can show you how to move forward. This workshop begins Sunday, August 26th, 2pm in the Living Room. Questions? Contact Dolly Dickinson.
What in the World is God Doing?
Friday evening, September 28 and Saturday morning, September 29
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Ever wondered what God’s up to in the world? Where is He moving? What is He doing? How is my church engaging in the action? How can I get involved with God’s heart for the world?
Plan to join fellow SBCCers as we dive into some answers to the above questions (and more)! Clear your calendar for Friday evening, September 28 and Saturday morning, September 29! We’ll share a meal on Friday, have a chance to visit with our own SBCC partners working around the world, peruse helpful books and articles at a book table, and hear from Dr. Dave Cashin, an engaging speaker who has extensive knowledge of and experience with what God’s doing in this world He’s made. On Saturday morning you’ll be treated to some bagels, fruit, and coffee/tea before having the opportunity to hear from Dave again and visit with our SBCC partners.
Plan to attend! You’ll discover what God’s doing in His world and how He’s invited you to participate in His work! You’ll experience fun fellowship over fabulous food, fascinating facts, and featured speakers. Childcare will be provided up to age 5. The cost? Only your time and attention!
Please REGISTER so the right amount of food can be ordered and the correct number of childcare workers engaged.
We’re looking forward to seeing you on September 28 and 29 as we learn together What in the World God is Doing!
Questions? Contact Benji Bruneel.
About David Cashin
Dr. Cashin is professor of intercultural studies in the College of Intercultural Studies at Columbia International University. He obtained his bachelor of arts degree in history from Gordon College and his master of arts and doctor of philosophy in indology from Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden. He teaches in the areas of cultural anthropology, world religions, Islamics, language learning and missions. For nine years Dr. Cashin served in Bangladesh as an educator and development worker with SIM International. He is fluent in Bengali and Swedish. He has worked in Sweden as a pastor and court translator. Prior to joining the faculty of the College of Intercultural Studies, Dr. Cashin was principal of Valley Christian School in Northampton, Massachusetts.