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Peter Steinke, congregational systems consultant and ordained Lutheran (ELCA) pastor, and musician Ana Hernandez presented the second set of workshops on family systems, Growing in Faith Together, on June 20-21, 2014, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Fort Worth. About 40 people gathered on Friday evening and Saturday to learn about the seven indicators for healthy churches that are mission-focused; the six signs of healthy churches based on Acts of the Apostles, the seven habits of health-promoting church leaders, and the adaptive challenges for…
Need to brush up on the wisdom Peter Steinke offered to congregation leaders back in April, when he presented “How Your Church Family Works”? Want to get a quick crash course in family systems in the church? We have an app for that! (Well, really, a link.)
6 + 7 + 8 + 9 = 30. Peter Steinke will be offering at least 30 insights and practices that you can put to work in your congregation, as he offers the second part of the Growing in Faith Together workshop to lay and clergy leaders. Register today to attend with a team from your congregation.
Peter Steinke will offer a two-part workshop for congregation leaders, “Growing in Faith Together – How Your Church Family Works,” April 4-5 and June 20-21. Steinke has suggested two books as foundational reading for teams who want to prepare for attending the workshop.
Leaders throughout the diocese will have the opportunity to interact with Peter L. Steinke, Lutheran pastor and Alban Institute consultant whose books have made systems thinking accessible to congregations and provided their leaders with tools to shape vital, healthy communities of faith.