Saturday, September 23, 9 AM – 4 PM | Our Saviors Lutheran, 215 Mukilteo Blvd, Everett
Taught by Dr. Michael Chan, Concordia College
From the time of Abraham and Sarah, God has been creating and fashioning a people with an important purpose in this world. Born out of barrenness and liberation, the people of God have been on a long journey marked by promise, peril, and tragedy. Whether you are new to Scripture or a seasoned Bible reader, this event invites you to consider how God’s ongoing work to shape a people continues in our own lives and ministry contexts.
LiVE (rhymes with “give”) is an acronym for Living into Vocational Engagement. LiVE is a ministry of the Northwest Washington Synod, ELCA. It’s a lay learning community forming Christian leaders who are able to make sense of God’s world and our place in it. LiVE offers a flexible, hybrid model of learning available to everyone in our congregation. Some courses are offered on Zoom on weekday evenings. Day retreats are offered in person on Saturdays. New this year are “co-horts”: groups of folks who meet to discuss the courses and retreats and how the learning relates to their personal or ministry context.