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Join Ruth Gilbert, Nancy Trask and I (Jim Wiegel) (along with the author, Andy Stanton-Henry) for a refreshing dive into this intriguing take on the kind of leadership
Join Ruth Gilbert, Nancy Trask and I (Jim Wiegel) (along with the author, Andy Stanton-Henry) for a refreshing dive into this intriguing take on the kind of leadership we need these days! We will look at the introduction and briefly review the 12 practices and, if there is interest we will organize a book study group over the coming weeks. RECOVERING ABUNDANCE is available as a Kindle book and also a paperback on Amazon and a number of other booksellers on line. Come, join us! Not sure?? come anyway. You won’t need the book in hand for this intro session.
You can “Look Inside” the book on Amazon and see the introduction and first chapter to get started
This book invites readers to live a new story–to join a movement of renewal for small towns and rural communities. Offering twelve civic-spiritual practices, rooted in Jesus’s miracle among the multitude, that rural and small-town leaders can use to renew their congregations and communities.
Through these twelve practices, Henry helps readers tune in to an alternative story, one he discovered in his own rural Ohio community. Yes, he saw the commonly lamented decline and devastation that have brought suffering to rural Americans and that seem to foster resentment and despair. However, as he dug deeper into the stories of his neighbors, he began to notice that small towns and rural regions are working. They are working to build inclusive, thriving, local economies, to weave a welcoming social fabric in their region, to co-create a positive future–following the practices he explores in this book.
Recovering Abundance is a new story about the agency and creativity of what Henry calls “ordinary leaders,” not a story about scarcity and deprivation but one of abundance and generosity.
If you are interested in participating in this event, email James Wiegel at email@example.com.
(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm(GMT-05:00)View in my time