Reflect, Renew, Recommit – January 2019

Reflect, Renew, Recommit

WHO should attend? ELCA rostered ministers and spouses who are facing a critical discernment in their ministry, such as:

• a current call which does not seem to be a good fit for their gifts
• whether or not they are serving in a vocation that fits their strengths and gifts
• if they might be better suited for a different form of ministry within the ELCA

WHAT is Reflect, Renew, Recommit? A five and a half day spiritually-grounded retreat that utilizes personal reflection, small group conversation, and well-researched tools and exercises to enhance self-understanding. We will identify core values, interests, personality characteristics, strengths, and gifts for ministry.

WHEN: January 6 – 11, 2019
WHERE: McKanna-Sandrock Retreat Center, Lutheranch, Tallapoosa, GA
Total Cost: $1100, $550 from sponsoring synod, $550 from participant, $300 for spouse (cost includes
lodging, transportation, and food)
HOW: To register, contact your Bishop to begin the registration process

Facilitated by Dr. Harvey Huntley and Deacon Tammy Devine, ELCA Wellness Manager

DR. HARVEY HUNTLEY, JR. is a retired ELCA pastor and now a member of the Orthodox Church in America. Previously, he served for 16 years as the Region 9 regional coordinator. He has completed advanced graduate study in career counseling at Johns Hopkins University and has extensive experience leading seminars for rostered leaders in career transition.

DR. HARVEY HUNTLEY, JR.

DEACON TAMMY DEVINE is the ELCA Wellness Manger, serving the church through Portico Benefit Services. She frequently collaborates with thought leaders to facilitate and motivate whole-person lifestyle choices and serves as an external wellness consultant and coach to integrate well-being throughout the ELCA.

DEACON TAMMY DEVINE

Wellness Manager, ELCA

For more information, contact Tammy Devine: tdevine59@gmail.com


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