Wabash Pastoral Fellowship

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Tomorrow morning I’m off to Wabash College in Crawfordsville for an orientation meeting.

 

Earlier this year, I was encouraged to apply for a “Fellowship Program” for Indiana Pastors at Wabash College in Crawfordsville.  They were looking for pastors from across the state who could come together to discuss (and potentially tackle) issues that our state is facing.  The issues range widely from Education to Social Services to Government to Spiritual Initiatives and Leadership Development.

 

I did apply and recently found out I was selected for the program.  It probably affects Suncrest in 2 ways:

 

1.        I’ll be out of the office 2 days every other month beginning in January.  It lasts for 2 years (2009-2010).  I will have to make some adjustments on meetings.  It also includes 2 international trips with the specific dates still to be set.

 

2.       I think Suncrest will have the opportunity to participate and potentially lead in tackling an initiative if we choose to.  There are 18 pastors from around the state, but I’m the only one from Northwest Indiana (yes, the “region” is the Indiana step-child once again), so it could even give us an interesting opportunity in our region.  I am curious about whther this could generate some interesting and advantageous partnerships for us.

 

The entire experience is funded by the Lily Foundation, so there is no cost to Suncrest.  I’m committed to making it an experience that benefits our church, so I look forward to how it can do that.

~ by Greg Lee on October 14, 2008.

3 Responses to “Wabash Pastoral Fellowship”

  1. Your sphere of influence is growing again. Or as the prayer of Jabez calls it: “enlarge my territory.” I will be praying for you.

  2. What an excellent opportunity, for you Greg, as you represent Christ, our church and NW Indiana. We will also be praying for you. !GO RAMS! 😛

  3. Dear Brethrens In Christ,

    Please give me a information how my fellowship can have a partnership with you fellowship.

    I am the President of the Concerned Pastors Association In Liberia and we have been praying to have a partner with a fellowship like your.

    God bless you.

    Your Fellow Laborer in the Lord,

    Pastor Abraham David

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