‘From Dry Bones to Living Hope’ Webinar with Author Missy Buchanan
By Scott Hughes
DATE: Thursday, October 14
TIME: Noon CDT
PRESENTERS: Scott Hughes and Missy Buchanan
A Christian at any age is a role model. Perhaps this is most true in later adulthood. One of the many ways this is true is that older adults have experienced loss: loss of loved ones, loss of independence; some may even feel a loss of purpose. During such a “dry” season, older adults can model hope and spiritual renewal.
Join Scott Hughes and author Missy Buchanan as they discuss Buchanan’s newest book, From Dry Bones to Living Hope: Embracing God's Faithfulness in Late Life, in a webinar Thursday, October 14 at noon, Central Time. Beyond explaining more about this book, Scott and Missy will also explore other dynamics related to ministry with older adults, such as: encouraging and challenging older adults in ministry; what ministry during this difficult period of physical isolation might look like; and intergenerational ministry. Come with a posture of lifelong learning as we learn more about Missy's book and seek ways to engage older adults in vibrant ministry.
Check out more information on Missy’s new book From Dry Bones to Living Hope: Embracing God’s Faithfulness in Late Life.
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Scott Hughes is the Executive Director of Congregational Vitality & Intentional Discipleship, Elder in the North Georgia Conference, M.Div. Asbury Theological Seminary, D. Min. Southern Methodist University, co-host of the Small Groups in the Wesleyan Way podcast, creator of the Courageous Conversations project, and facilitator of the How to Start Small Groups teaching series.