90-minute Outlook webinar presented by Don Meeks
“With my God I can scale a wall.” Psalm 18:29
It’s no secret that we are living in a time of great anxiety. Polarizing tension over issues of the day creates emotional and relational walls that threaten to divide families, neighbors and churches. Many of us don’t always express our own thoughts and emotions very well, let alone know how to equip others to deal with these realities. In such times, how do we live and lead beyond the typical “fight or flight” tendencies we all have?
This webinar will help pastors, church staff, elders and members recognize how cultural walls offer unprecedented opportunities for faithful discipleship conversations. Don Meeks seeks to equip participants with a foundational biblical framework and a few simple tools that, when practiced faithfully, offer a way to transform lives and restore relationships.
Participants in this webinar will be equipped to:
- View those with whom we differ through a “Genesis 1, 2 and 3 framework.”
- Recognize how dividing walls provide opportunities for Christ-centered witness.
- Learn four tools that will stretch one’s own character and foster conversations that seek to build common ground.
- Begin scaling walls for the sake of Jesus Christ and the unity of the church.
What do I get when I order?
When you order today, you will receive a link to a recording of the webinar as well as the slide deck.
What is the price?
We ask that you pay $10 for individual viewing and $20 if a group views the recording. If your group is larger than 25, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing.
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Don Meeks is pastor of Greenwich Presbyterian Church in Nokesville, Virginia. In recent years Don has been actively working to promote unity and collegiality within his presbytery and in the wider PC(USA). An avid golfer, aspiring songwriter and psalmic intercessor, Don and his wife, Krista, are the parents of three adult children, Turner, Bailey and Colson.